Maple Syrup Extraction at Kruger's Maple Woods 3-27-13
Photos by John Ehlke
McLane Elementary first grade student Jonathan Kalla samples a spoon full of maple syrup  at Kruger's Maple Woods in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The first grade students learned the process of extracting maple syrup from trees. Lee Krueger shows off a bag that is used to catch maple sap to McLane Elementary first grade students at Kruger's Maple Woods in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The first grade students learned the process of extracting maple sap from trees. McLane Elementary first grade student  Frankie Schatz drills a hole in a tree to begin extracting maple sap at Kruger's Maple Woods in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The first grade students learned the process of extracting maple sap from trees. <br/><br/> McLane Elementary first grade students watch Lee Krueger tap a tree to collect maple sap at Kruger's Maple Woods in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The first grade students learned the process of extracting maple syrup from trees. McLane Elementary first grade student Shiri Zechlin dumps her collection of maple sap at Kruger's Maple Woods in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The first grade students learned the process of extracting maple syrup from trees. McLane Elementary first grade students Aidan Marlett and Joey Hebert carry a large bucket of maple sap  at Kruger's Maple Woods in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The first grade students learned the process of extracting maple syrup from trees. McLane Elementary first grade student Grayson Anderson collects the maple sap from a tree at Kruger's Maple Woods in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The first grade students learned the process of extracting maple syrup from trees. The tools used to tap a tree for maple sap at Kruger's Maple Woods in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon.
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