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Ode to Spring

Another archaic definition of Spring is the dawn or dawning as of day or light. I like this one too, because for many living things it is indeed the dawning of a new day, the dawning of new life.All in all, Spring is the thing!

Jim Thorpe: Appalachia’s Hidden Gem

Looking for adventure and the opportunity to get away from it all? Discover Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, where you can find waterfall hiking, horse and buggy rides, scenic railroad journeys, ghost stories, and a grand historical past all in one amazing small Appalachian town. Uncover the haunting past of Glen Onoko Falls, bask in the sunlight from the main street balcony, or bike down nature-filled trails—this stunning little town has it all.

5th Generation Milroy Farms Keeps Maple Syrup Local

When people think of maple syrup, most think of New England or specifically Vermont and with good reason. For a couple hundred or more years, those areas have been producing most of the maple syrup here in the good old USA. However, there’s another state that produces large quantities of some of the best maple syrup you ever poured over a pancake. That state is Pennsylvania. As a matter of fact, Pennsylvania is at least the number six producer of syrup in the US and gaining.

Introduction to Appalachian Maple Syrup

Did you know that it takes 50 gallons of maple sap to produce 1 gallon of maple syrup and that there are nearby festivals that celebrates this delicious treat? Read more about Appalachia’s favorite sweetener, how it’s made, and where to get some fresh maple syrup fast!

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