We're taking you inside the maple syrup process. Last year's
warm weather took a toll, but cooler conditions this year have improved the
maple syrup outlook in our state.
Newsline 9 traveled to Maple Hollow in Lincoln County.
"The smell, you know when you come in here and the syrup is cooking
you can't beat that aroma," Maple Hollow owner Joe Polak said.
Polak says this is the first crop of the year. He says last
year was one of the poorest on record.
"It started earlier than this, and by now we were done,"
Polak describes how this year compares to last year.
Even a man with as much experience as Polak says he's still
has growing to do.
"Sounds simple but there's always tricks to learn and I'm
only 60, but I'm still learning some of them," Polak said.
Plenty of clouds the next few days, but also warmer.
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