Sap season winds down
Hello everyone! Well, spring has arrived and for these past few days it sure has been great to get outside and do some spring cleanup. It is truly amazing to see the trees and plants coming alive so early in the year. Can flounder fishing be that far away?
Those folks who are involved in the annual joy of collecting and boiling of maple sap have experienced a few good days and nights, but I understand that it is pretty much over for another year.
March Break is also over for many of our young people, who have now gone back to school after a week of nice spring weather.
There is not much happening around our little village as it awakens from a winter that by all accounts was not very severe. Bingo has started up on Thursday nights and we have cards on Saturday nights and of course everyone is welcome. Rick and I had the pleasure of babysitting our youngest grandchild, Sawyer, for the past few days and it was a real pleasure. We had, however, forgotten the level of energy a two-year - o ld possesses.
Sylvia McCully would like to thank all the people who sent cards, called and visited her while she was in the hospital.
Well, that seems to be it for this week folks. Have a good one.
Pam Harvey is the cor
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