where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 25, 2016 § 10 Comments
the warm west wind
these chilling nights
and sugar runs
Tagged: buckers, landscape, maple sugar, maple trees, new england, rock wall, sugar run, sugaring, tapping trees, west wind
Hooray for sugaring season!
Neat subject. Hope the people have a good year?
Even with the unpredictable winter the sap run turned out to be very good much to everyone’s relief.
‘Tis a sweet, sweet season – and lovely post.
Yum. Here in the Mid-Atlantic, the season is already over.
Great shot-it’s certainly that time of year.
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Spring in New England, complete with stone wall – perfect! 🙂
Take that line right into a story,please. Oh, well, it is already right there…
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