Sunday, February 17, 2013

Maple sugarin

Nothin beats maple sugarin in the spring!  The picture above is actually step two in a 2 step process.  First you make a hole in a maple, boxelder, or river burch tree and collect the sap.  Then you boil it till it's syrup. You can boil it all up in any pan you want over a fire or on the stove. It really is that simple, here are a few suggestions.