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    Default Sugar House pano

    I drive by Sugarbear's Sugarhouse everyday on Route 104, I've taken a ton of photos of it in the fall.

    Well, the steam is rising out the top, and yesterday they had their open flag out, so I stopped it to take some pictures.

    http://www.mosscreekmedia.com/post/Sugar-Shack.aspx

    Next weekend is the big NH Maple Weekend, so you'll have many chances to check out the sugar houses.

    http://www.nhmapleproducers.com/weekend2009.html

    Kirk

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    Very nice Kirk. I can only imagine what it must have smelled like in there. I'll take a half gallon...
    Mark

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    I'm sure the cross beams above the evaporator would taste pretty good

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    Whoa, that stuff ain't cheap. Still, I'd spring for a pint.

    Great pics as always, Kirk.
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    You always have a great variety of panos for us. Thanks for sharing, New England style!
    Steve
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    it is so real i smell the maple cooking
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    My uncle had a maple sugar farm in Ashfield, Massachusetts for about 10 years. When I looked at the pano it transported me back. I could smell he syrup!

    KDT

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