No cards today. Just sharing some fun market photos that I took a few weeks ago....Enjoy! This is one of the popular food at my local farmer's market- Perogi with sour cream and onions, bacon. It was good...but heavy! Yummy though!
LOVE the Apple Fritter and I had to have some samples...and
I had two of these smaller versions of this Apple Slinky Machine (that's what my family calls it).
see the ladies in action
Next we are heading to the Maple Syrup Museum in St. Jacob.which is only 15 min drive from where I live.
We Canadians are famous for the Maple Syrup. Did you know Canada produce 80 % of the worlds' maple syrup? And Quebec is the biggest source (up to75%) for the world ? How lucky are we....here's the maple syrup museum! Our tour guide is my 16-year old David. These intricate hardware were used to make maple sugar candy. And did you see the maple syrup dispensers? Those are vintage items now!
The buckets were commonly made by cutting cylindrical segments from a large tree-trunk and then hollowing out each segment's core from one end of the cylinder, creating a seamless watertight container.
The simulation of the collection of the syrup
Thanks for coming along with me to this little tour!