FAMILY HOMESTEADING & OFF THE GRID BLOG HOP #51

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homesteadingLooking at the forecast for the next two weeks, we're looking at above freezing temps in the 40s during the day, and just below freezing at night. Around here, that means maple syrup time.

Yesterday, we stopped by the hardware store and picked up four more buckets and taps.

With a couple more trees in the mix, we can gather a bit quicker and maybe, just maybe, put up a couple extra jars of syrup. Last year we put up two quarts. Not a lot, but just enough for us.

When all is said and done, we're not adding protein or anything of real nutritional value with the syrup. But, we sure are adding some flavor, and by doing it ourselves, it's all the more sweet.

Cheers,

Todd & Wendie

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Storing Extra Garden Seeds

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lisa lombardo said…
Thanks for hosting! Happy tapping!
Thank you for hosting AND for featuring my Storing Leftover Garden Seeds (Organizing The Homestead Series) post! Have a wonderful week :)