Just about the most authentic, old-fashioned maple syrup operation you could ever find is Mountain Maple in the Annapolis Valley, just outside of Wolfville. Perry and Judi Munro are typical of Nova Scotian back-to-the-landers in that they decide first that they want to live here, and then figure out how they’re going to make a living, and they don’t get too specialized. Besides the maple syrup operation, they make art, sculpture, baskets, they guide hunters and fishers and have a vacation rental on the lake. Check out this video, then visit Perry Munro’s website to see what all they’re up to.
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I used to be able to find your maple syrup in Mahone Bay and elswhere. Haven’t seen it for the last two summers. Is it still available?
I suggest you ask Perry Munroe at Mountain Maple – I don’t make the stuff; I just eat it! (Or drink it!) See http://www.perrymunro.com/contact.html
Mountain Maple is closed.
Yes, it says on their website that they’re closed for the 2011 season.
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