The photo below was taken on my way to work, a fifteen minute commute right now. (It takes longer in March due to frost heaves – keep reading.) The maple trees along the road are all stuck with maple sugar buckets. It’s really hard not to think about pancakes and waffles as I drive by. The Christmas before my diagnosis (4 years ago this month), I got a waffle maker, my first! It was fun for three months and then – ummm – I had diabetes. So I put it away for awhile but, now I drag it out every now and then and — indulge. But not often. Did you know it takes 10 gallons of sap to make one quart of syrup?
but it shows a great example of some of our roads.
Photo by Gregory Rec – Portland Press Herald Staff Photographer
Found at: The Ramblings of Ken Keister