Sap sea­son winds down

The Citizen-Record (Cumberland) - - PARRSBORO & AREA -

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

re­spon­dent for Port Gre­ville and area. She can be reached at

348-2080

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