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TexWisGirl

up go the buckets!

Buttons

Oh Syrup time sounds and looks like sweetness to me. Great shot. B

Lauren {Rustic Honey)

This is so neat! P.S. LOVE me some Muck boots, nice choice! :)

Bev

Love the picture... I was just thinking of you this am...and wondering if the sap had started to flow?..(Is that what it does:)

Cheryl @ TFD

Very nice shot! Looks like there are several buckets to be hung.

Randy

I'll bet it's yummy.

Nina

A picture is worth a thousand words - lovely!

EG CameraGirl , Canada

Wow! It's maple syrup time again!

Carver

Great shot. You did a good job of capturing the moment.

Pam

I like the thought of maple syrup and the theme- Keep warm and be happy Judy ~:)

Candy C.

Woo-hoo! Maple syrup season begins!! :)

Sheryl

Great picture! It looks like so much fun to make maple syrup.

Vee

Well, as you know, I love this picture! So crisp, so clear and it reminds me of being in the Sugar Woods.

Shane

Vee sent me here to read your post Judy after I asked about sap collecting!
A beautiful photo and words.
Thank you!
Nice to meet you and wishing you a very happy week.
Shane ♥

Shane

Sorry, me again Judy!
I meant to tell you the reason I'm so ignorant about sap collecting is because I am a New Zealander and we don't have this type of maple tree here!
I'm joining your blog as we have the same interests, so see you again soon!
Shane

Andrea

What a fantastic photo! Love this!!

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  • My name is Judy and I'm the owner of this blog. Thank You for visiting.
    I'm a...Wife...Mom of 11...Grandma to many...Homemaker and Blogger of Finnish descent...living in a log cabin here at Gentle Hearth Farm.
    I'm originally from Northeast Illinois, and my husband & I now live on 20 acres in Southwest Wisconsin up on a ridge in the Ocooch Mountains, 10 miles from the nearest town. My husband and I are empty nesters trying to figure out life after kids.
    I blog, knit, quilt, bake/cook and take pictures of just about anything.
    There is so much that I want to do, but there is just not enough time in the day to do everything, so I have to pick and choose, and I try to live each day in the present, life is so much nicer if you do.

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