A paddler who brakes for trash
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Spring Gets Flowing
Similar to the arrival of red-winged blackbirds, another harbinger of spring is the sprouting of buckets on sugar maple trees. Even better is seeing the collected sap being carried away in pails...
...showing the sap is flowing. Waffles and pancakes come to mind!
The majestic stand of old maples paddled past yesterday is hard by the Sudbury River below Lee's Bridge...
...and in the yard of this stately homestead...
Soon after passing the maple syrup birthing place, Fairhaven Bay appeared...
Temperatures were above 60 degrees F. with several boats of fishermen upon the bay. Water levels allowed my entry into the peaceful confines of Well Meadow.
The previous day I was further up the Sudbury and ventured into the winding channel which sometimes allows entry into Heard Pond...
The route was relatively easy to navigate and the pond soon opened up before me...
Some trash gathered up...
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