Maine Maple Sunday

March just isn't March without mud, sunshine, snow, ice and maple syrup.

My mom and the kids and I had a couple opportunities this weekend to celebrate the season. First, a hike yesterday on a local path, tapped maple trees adorning the trail.

Then, an outing this morning to participate in Maine Maple Sunday festivities at A Wrinkle In Thyme - a very homey, maple syrup and fiber farm.

What could be better than yarn and maple syrup?

Good children's books:

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  • cloudscome

    cloudscome on March 23, 2009, 2:07 p.m.

    Came here from shutter sisters. I love maple syrup - enjoyed it on pancakes last night for supper! These photos are spectacular. I'm enjoying your blog very much.

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  • SavvyChristine

    SavvyChristine on March 23, 2009, 5:29 p.m.

    Love it! My Memere grew up on a maple syrup farm, so she always spoiled us with Canadian Maple Syrup. I like to tell people that I have maple syrup running through my veins (even though I've never been to a sugar shack -- sacrilege!).

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