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Sugar bush offers sweet springtime escape

Mar 13, 2009

Article Times and Transcript - March 13, 2009

T&T staff Kris McDavid Headline “Sugar bush offers sweet springtime escape”

“It’s just an area that has been developed through the generations, and it’s just a tradition that’s carried on out here, I guess,” said David Briggs, Owner of Rocky Mountain Maples Inc. “Briggs said this is the last year the longtime producer will be operating out of it’s Stilesville location before moving permanently to the new Fundy Gateway, which will be located in the old Riverview fire hall on Coverdale Road, sometime this summer.” Rocky Mountain Maples is home to a wide selection of maple goodies, and offers guided camp tours and demonstrations into how various types of products are made. Reservations are recommended. Briggs said “he hopes to be fully up and running by the end of next week, and suggests people looking to visit any of the local sugar bushes call ahead before their visit to verify camp conditions, which can change drastically with each day.” “It’s an outdoor experience, it’s been a long winter and people like to get out and start to think about the warmer months coming, and a sugar camp makes for a nice experience.”

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