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  1. #11
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    I am certain that your grandpa passed away with a good feeling knowing that you and your wife were carrying on his tradition. My dad passed away after our first year sugaring and I am so thankful he had got to enjoy some of our syrup before he died. (FYI, he passed away long after he had eaten our syrup.) My prayers are with you and your family.
    Gary
    16' X 24' Sugarhouse
    2' X 6' Leader Inferno Arch with Revolution Raised-Flue Pans, Smoky Lake preheater and hood
    Deer Run Maple gas-powered 250 RO
    WesFab 7" filter press
    Kubota 1100 RTV with tracks and 125 gallon tank for transporting sap
    600+ taps on gravity and vacuum
    Very supportive wife who is the best coworker
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    Sorry for your loss Maple Man. May God comfort you and your family during this difficult time.

    Spud

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    Thank you to everyone for your support, it is safe assumption that most of us here had an older male role model that got us hooked on sugaring. The best thing we can do is continue to carry on and teach the next generation!
    Maple Man 85
    Anthony & Rebecca Renken
    2017=200 taps
    2018=4000 taps
    30x45 Sugar House
    4x16 Leader Vortex
    www.northwoodsmaplefarm.com

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    Ohh, Sorry for your loss Maple Man

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