Thursday, March 6, 2014

Maple Syrup and More...

Ok well its time in Maine to think about tapping the trees... we have never done it before and we are thinking about it.. We have plenty of trees but really don't have a place set up yet for boiling the sap... My new building has a stove but know power yet.. So I think I have talked Ray of doing a small amount in the house not really a good idea bu...t I really want to do it.. Ray said I have to do all the work so off to the hardware store tomorrow to get supplies... The weather will be perfect tomorrow.. Going to warm up in the 40s and freezing at night... That is good tapping weather.. We saw folks putting up taps and lines today...  I hope it will work for us.. More to follow.. Does anybody on here tap trees?Going to make this into a doc..

How to Tap a Maple Tree for Maple Syrup | eHow
Early spring is the best time to tap your maple trees for sap, which can be made into delicious maple syrup. Keep in mind that it takes 30 to 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup. The process is time...
eHow|By eHow Contributor
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