History tapped at maple syrup fest
Lauren M. Anderson - [email protected] Rick Pelc of Ringwood a volunteer for the McHenry County Conservation District demonstrates how to drill a hole into a Maple tree for getting sap during the Festival of the Sugar Maples at Coral Woods Conservation Area in Marengo on Saturday.
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#1 Mar 4, 2010
yea, real good for the jackasses at MCCD TO HOLD A FESTIVAL OF THE FLOWING SYRUP when the syrup isn't flowing. Just post it the next week. More good tax money wasted. People will adjust there weekend to come there when it's actually doing what it's to do. Not like everyone has there winter weekends full so they can't come out when the maple syrup IS flowing. We have to cut these stupid loser people off from there almost endless supply of our tax money. They buy land that they NEVER open up. Look at the land in Marengo along the rr tracks. Look at the land in Union on Duhnam rd. across from Fredricksons farm. Look at the land on rt. 20 at the old pallet company. CLOSED well after they buy it with MY MONEY> thats just this area I am sure there hundreds of acres more too.
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