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Life Without Maple Syrup

Hmmm...The maple syrup appear's to be running out.Just shake that last drop out.Nothing's coming out.Nooo it can't be...!I don't believe it.I'm sure I saw a trickle!!!
Damn, I was wrong.It's gone!!!What are we going to do?I'm alright Jack.What maple syrup?Who turned the lights off?

Life Without Maple Syrup, a set on Flickr.
Via Flickr:
Breakfast will just not be the same without our Canadian maple syrup...

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Jane and Chris said…
Life's 'Jack' without Maple Syrup.
Jane x
Kath said…
desperate times indeed! :-D
Karin said…
I hope you survived all the storms and floods we've been having.
Hi Karin, we've just had the usual gales & lots of rain... Nothing unusual, lots of flooding, but nothing compared to Somerset!
Hope you are ok.
K&S :)

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