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Valentines Day, 2019

A River Runs Through It
Posted 2/20/19

"Maples in winter have a listening look, Gray branch, gray bole, Still are the bird songs, quiet is the brook, / Awakening will come overnight...               …

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Valentines Day, 2019

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"Maples in winter have a listening look,
Gray branch, gray bole,
Still are the bird songs, quiet is the brook, /

Awakening will come overnight...

                                                       — Inez George Gridley  

Native Americans began the craft of tapping maple trees to make sugar.  And it survives along historic Calkins Creek  in "downtown" Milanville, where the picture was snapped on Valentines Day, 2019.

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