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    ~ Buckets In The Bush ~ I captured this shot of sap buckets in a sugarbush just north of my home yesterday afternoon.

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    Wow no snow! I am jealous. It's thigh deep in my bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenneth Niles Bora View Post
    Wow no snow! I am jealous. It's thigh deep in my bush.
    Kennnnn.....not going to go there. Nope,nope,nope! -Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    Kennnnn.....not going to go there. Nope,nope,nope! -Paul
    Aye Paul,
    I saw that one coming. 😂😂😂😂😂

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    The 'old' RTF would have had a lot of fun with this one.....-Paul
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    You guys remind me of the flatlander ski tourists behind me in line at the convenience store couple mornings ago. I was chatting with an acquaintance with the same hobby while waiting to pay. he was telling me how he's about ready for things to start dripping. He had been helping out family members. As his brother-in-law is still deployed he had been tapping his sister's bush. As we turned to leave, and saw the look of horror on these out-of-towners faces. Realizing how what he said could be misunderstood at the same time we both just started to laugh. The Flatlanders ski tourists who drove hundreds of miles to strap fiberglass on their feets and slide down a mountain, thought we were The crazy ones! It is a great time of year.

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    I wish I was there to witness that conversation! -Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenneth Niles Bora View Post
    You guys remind me of the flatlander ski tourists behind me in line at the convenience store couple mornings ago. I was chatting with an acquaintance with the same hobby while waiting to pay. he was telling me how he's about ready for things to start dripping. He had been helping out family members. As his brother-in-law is still deployed he had been tapping his sister's bush. As we turned to leave, and saw the look of horror on these out-of-towners faces. Realizing how what he said could be misunderstood at the same time we both just started to laugh. The Flatlanders ski tourists who drove hundreds of miles to strap fiberglass on their feets and slide down a mountain, thought we were The crazy ones! It is a great time of year.
    Ken,
    This has to be one of the funniest posts I have ever read. 😂😂😂😂😂👍

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