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Mar 30, 2009

The Sugarhouse



The Sugarhouse is another favorite. I look forward to taking my boys back to watch them making maple syrup, not sure if it will be this year but definitely next year. This is such a great time. I have taken my two oldest nieces to experience this and they had a lot of fun especially my oldest niece, she was 4.5 years old at the time. The staff are always so friendly and helpful and allowed for the experience to be a truly personal one. They take the time to personally answer questions and explain things on a level that is appropriate for the age group they are talking with. I love this experience and have tried to go back as often as I can.

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18 comments:

SD at "Addicted to The Click" said...

How fun! If I ever make it out that way I'll have to go.

ewok1993 said...

The name alone is very inviting. I'm interested to find out how they process maple syrup too.

koala said...

You mean that place in the photo is open and running? Looks like some Wild West ancient scenery.

Babooshka said...

Piccies inside would be a real treat. This must be wonderful for kids, and a few of us adults.

Guy D said...

Great photo of the sugarhouse. As a Canadian I've had my share of maple syrup, I love it.

Have a great week!
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Carolyn said...

Such a beautiful "sugar house" and a beautiful photo. I love the experience of the sugar bush. It brings back such wonderful childhood memories. Thank you for sharing and I hope you get out this year.
Smiles

Gaelyn said...

Oh yum, I love maple syrup. Remember this experience from going to Grandma's in Wisconsin. The sugar shack is cute. Wish I was there.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Sounds like an interesting place to visit.
Blessings,Ruth

SandyCarlson said...

That's a wonderful thing. I love the magic.

Nature Lovin' Super Mama said...

I love maple syrup time in michigan...I plan to take peanut to hartwick pines next year...and everyday we pass a maple "farm"...we have been watching them collect the sap for weeks now...I love it!

Shellmo said...

I love how rustic the place looks in this photo. michigan maple syrup is the best!

Arija said...

What I would not give for a box of maple sugar candy!!! We used to love sugaring off in Vermont and Quebec, unfortunately it is not a treat that is possible in Australia.

Barb said...

I hope they give you a sample of the syrup! The sugar house is so interesting architecturally. Lovely photo.

Jenn said...

That's a lovely rustic house and quite interesting as well. Wish I could visit that house! Thanks for sharing!

koala said...

Maybe it's Wintertime that makes it look so grim.

Louise said...

Hey! I'm so glad you're doing this meme! This is a perfect post for it. I love it that you can take your kids to such and interesting place, and how wonderful for you to do that with your nieces.

Erin said...

welcome.
enjoyed the sugar house and your commentary.
have a wonderful afternoon.

Steve B said...

This is a classic sugar house! I actually made the trip to find two in my area to visit this year. I just had to stick my head in that sweet smelling steam!

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