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Adirondack case guy

02-16-2013 17:22:14

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This is a 100 + year old sugarbush on dead flat limestone bed rock, covering 65 Acers. Tubing not practical. Our family produced syrup for 97 yrs. continiously until 2005. In our hayday we put out 3500 buckets. My uncles are about 80 and I am 65, and we have a few cousins and nephews in their teens to 40 that are now taking an intrest and helping out. We're too old to invest in vacum systems and RO systems. We are just trying to carry on a family tradition, and financially justify our time and effort. I will post pics as the season progresses. These pics. are from a couple of weeks ago when we were cutting wood for the evaporators.

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02-17-2013 12:38:22

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 Re: taping maple trees in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-16-2013 17:22:14  
Where are The Trees that Country Folks had In there Paper Back In the 1980's ? I allways Rember them It was the First Year They Were Tapped. Loren !

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Adirondack case guy

02-18-2013 06:45:06

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 Re: taping maple trees in reply to D-C-741, 02-17-2013 12:38:22  
I'm not sure of the pic. you are refering to, but this 65A sugarbush was making syrup well over 100 years ago.Continuously for 96 years, until 2005, when Dad's health started failing.

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Don Rudolph

02-17-2013 09:50:05

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 Re: taping maple trees in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-16-2013 17:22:14  

That is a great family tradition. I hope you can keep it going for many more years. When you mention limestone bed rock it really hits close to home here as we are on the other end of the Niagara escarpment. Don

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Retired Farmer

02-16-2013 21:37:20

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 Re: taping maple trees in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-16-2013 17:22:14  
You must be one tough bunch of people to actually saw and split that much firewood. I don't think I would last long enough to cut up one log.

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