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Brings back memories...used to visit sugar bushes when I was growing up in SW Quebec...
oh, a great post! and the last picture is wonderful....
maple sap is exquisite, mildly sweet and delicious. and the trees weep from any wounds. like this one.
isn't that the ultimate - to just be able to go and lick the goodness straight from the tree
it's wonderful, jo, and each spring brings this simple, profound pleasure.
there were signs for doing that at ft drum but i'm going to miss it. they'll take people on the base to trees and such. you've become so brilliant w/the camera!!
aimee, i forgot to tell you to find a sugarbush to visit! and thank you.
An instant of pure magic.
V- That is such a cool sequence of photos and what a great result - nectar. V I just laughed out loud when I got to the last two frames. Such a good time after all the cold and snow you have had. Go well and enjoy the sweetness of nature and life. B
you and the Pandora Sphinx .... sisters ofnectar
yes, barry, i am so happy for this sign of spring.lynn, it was. i couldn't believe my eyes at first.grace, i am a moth. more and more.
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