Tag Archives: Sugaring
March 25th and 26th is Maple Weekend in New Hampshire. 🍁 There will be over 100 sugar houses open across the state. Our favorite sugar shack stop is definitely in Alexandria. Of course, we’re partial because we know and love the hard-working … Continue reading
Can you smell it? It’s sweet. It’s a beautiful amber color. It’s New Hampshire Maple Syrup being made all across the state. Last week, we spent a day enjoying a front row seat at our friends’ Sugar Shack in Alexandria while … Continue reading
It’s sugaring season here in New Hampshire. You can smell the wood burning outside and once you enter the Sugar Shack there is that wonderful fragrance of maple syrup in the air. For a nature lover, it is a real thrill … Continue reading
Fresh is pure New Hampshire maple syrup made by our friends from sap they collected the evening before. If you’re interested in sugaring, check back on Monday when I’ll post more photos from our trip up north to their sugar shack. … Continue reading
We make maple syrup. Why? Well, it is a fun learning experience for the grandkids, and our family is very concerned about the source of our food supply. We keep hens so we know where our eggs come from, we … Continue reading
Sugar on snow – Boiled New Hampshire Maple Syrup from Lowell’s Sugar Shack on fresh snow is delicious! If you add good friends and family to enjoy it with, it becomes spectacular!