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The Sugarbush Farm house was built about 1865  

 

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A new snow fall makes everything look beautiful.

 

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Sugarbush Farm decked out for the Holidays.

 

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 Spring brings maple syrup, melting snow and mud.

 

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Farmhouse in the summer, stone wall dates back to 1890

 

Staff

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Everyone on the Sugarbush Staff is proficient at many tasks including gift box making, cheese cutting and labeling, taking care of the animals (including chasing cows that escape from the pasture), taking orders, explaining maple sugaring to visitors and keeping the farm store stocked.  It takes many busy hands to package 50 tons of cheese, welcome 40,000 visitors to the farm and ship out about 11,000 packages a year. (photo taken by Leslie Luce, Office Manager, shown below)

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At the Farm

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Folks enjoying a picnic with a nice view after visiting the gift shop.

  

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Shopping in the farm store (previously the kitchen, living room and dining room of the original Ayres family). 

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Little folks making friends with our goats.

 

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Our "snow fall pole", snow fall varies from 55 to 125 inches in a winter season.  This pole records total snow fall.  Luckily snow does settle down so it's not that deep when we are out in the woods walking in it.

 

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Sugarbush wedding chapel decorated for a Fall wedding.

 

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This sign on our farm chapel sums up our Family's beliefs.

 

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Sap looks like water and drips very slowly - sort of like a leaky faucet.

 

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Our maple sugar house with steam from the evaporating of the water during the boiling season.  It takes a lot of wood to boil down the sap into syrup!