Hello everyone !
Two weeks ago I went to the sugar shack with Bob and Winny. I know we see flowers all over the blogs but I didn’t want to wait until next year to share these photos so, yes, even if you don’t want to see snow anymore, you will see some here !
I was glad it snowed two days before, leaving the surroundings of the sugar shack like I’m used to and love to see : Plenty of maple trees with buckets hanging from their trunks and some snow to illuminate the woods. And later, when the maple water has boiled and transformed into a nice, rich, medium brown colour and it has reached just the perfect consistency, snow will be needed to pour the syrup on it so it can be transformed into delicious maple taffy.
This sugar shack is not commercial, it’s a family one who was built in the 30’s and owned, along with the land, by the same family the past 80 years. Located in St-Frédérick, Beauce, it is now owned by one of the sons of the man who built it.
It was a very gloomy day but it was so nice hanging out the entire afternoon with my boyfriend’s family and sharing a scrumptious traditional sugar shack meal.
(Kim Klassen’s Embrace texture on these photos above)
(Sarah Gardner’s Renaissance 90 texture on the photo above and Sarah Gardner’s Artisan Press and Renaissance 05 on the photo below)
Now I cross my heart and promise you, no more snow for at least the next 7 months ! 🙂
Coming next time, I have some pretty photos of a beautiful flower to show you.
A happy week to all of you !
I’m joining Mary at The Little Red House for Mosaic Monday