As the last post said, the 2013 season started off slow, in the end however we ended up having a pretty decent season making about 8500 gallons. Thanks to 3 of the biggest runs we have ever had, and the weather staying cool in to late April, we were able to squeak out a nice season. With all of the problems we had to start, we feel we deserved it. Some of the runs we saw were absolutely incredible. We had a whole new level of stress when we were just crossing our fingers the a pump or releaser does not go down. There were times when sap was coming in faster than we could process with a 4000 GPH R/O. We made syrup until April 22. It was great that we were able to keep our flavor much longer than most sugarbushes, and in the end only made 3 drums of commercial grade. That's certainly good for the checkbook!! The picture of the syrup drum samples never gets old to look at and represents incredibly hard work and a
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