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Vermont Maple Weekend is this weekend. Sweet!

Maple syrup: Oh, how sweet it is. Making Vermont maple syrup

When you are out and about Vermont this weekend, stop into a sugarhouse that's participating in Vermont Maple Open House Weekend.

Sugarmakers are found all over the state -- from the Massachusetts line to the Canadian border. They will show you how they make their sticky, sweet jugs and bottles of golden maple syrup. You may also get a free sample, too.

For details, check out this Web site: <link http: www.vermontmaple.org external-link-new-window maple>www.vermontmaple.org

Also keep on the lookout for signs that point you toward participating sugarhouses. Large amounts of steam may also be a tip-off!

I just checked and I better pick up a half gallon to get me through this year. Yum.

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