Maple Syrup Activites with Slow Spring Melt Mar 15/14

Droplet of maple sap falling into a pailMany are calling our winter experience this year “An Old Fashion Winter” because of the amount of snowfall and the consistently cold temperatures we have had throughout the Almaguin Highlands the past few months.  Although the visitors to the area are enjoying the winter sports, many full time residents are wanting warmer temperatures to come sooner rather than later!  Ideally warmer  through the day, cold at  nights, creates a nice slow melt which everyone is hoping for.  It will give a chance for the ground to slowly thaw to accept the moisture, drainage around homes and cottages to open, keeping water damage away and maybe one of the most important aspect is it will keep the tree sap running for the making of Maple Syrup…Yummm.  Even if you  are not coming for winter sports, the Maple Syrup Experience is for everyone.  Follow the link and it has great area information on area Festivals and other activities     I have also added a link on How to Make Maple Syrup yourself or with a group of friends

Looking to purchase wooded acreage or cottage to enjoy this and many other experiences  in our area? Please visit my website and view the new, just listed acreages…there may be a perfect one for you!

About Louisa Moffit

I have been a REALTOR® for the past 21 years and love the area and communities I work in. When showing property or taking listings I always travel with my four legged companions. My clients and I enjoy their company when walking through the forest viewing pristine vacant property which they are interested in purchasing. My dog’s antics through the snow is also a source of amusement to everyone. Getting serious however… viewing properties throughout the area can be a daunting task without the expertise of a real estate agent who knows the area well. That is why I am your “Go To” REALTOR® for Undiscovered Cottage Country – The Almaguin Highlands
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