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Sugar Moon Maple Syrup Farm and Pancake House

Joe Adams 

Today seven of us headed out to the Sugar Moon Maple Syrup Farm and Pancake house. The farm has 2500 taps on about 35 acres, and lots of people who want to eat pancakes. Something that I had never seen before, but makes a lot of sense, the farm collects sap with a “gravity-fed pipeline system”. This means that each tree is connected to the others by a network of plastic tubing. This tubing in turn feeds into a “main line” that travels downhill to the sugar camp and the sap tanks outside. They then boil their sap over a wood-fired evaporator – a craft that requires attention and skill as the syrup is actually finished over the wood fire.

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5 thoughts on “Sugar Moon Maple Syrup Farm and Pancake House

  1. Joe Adams on Facebook

    With Adam Cornick and Brittany Adams …

  2. Hetty van Gurp on Facebook

    Looks like you had a good day. Did Gabriel enjoy the pancakes?

  3. Joe Adams on Facebook

    Unfortunately not. It seems like he is back to his old tricks as far as eating.

  4. Adam Cornick on Facebook

    There’s some great shots in there Joe, well done, nice captures.

  5. Deborah Taylor Scélo on Facebook

    Beautiful pictures Joe and Adam! My friend Janet is wondering what that delicious drink was in front of Becky? Looks yummy! Looks like it was great fun!

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