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Eye Can See Clearly Now

By Marlo Carl

Our family still practices the "traditional" art of making syrup; cutting lots of wood, tapping trees, hanging buckets, gathering buckets, boiling sap, family around the raging fire, and goodies to get us through some long nights (just to sum it up). While gathering buckets and showing our children the meaning of "keeping it old school," we decided to snap some photos as keepsakes of the event. This one was an unexpected treat of reflection, regard, and ripples.