The blush of March

Clark, E.
March 1992
Yankee;Mar92, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p144
Discusses the author's enjoyment of observing the first subtle hints of spring that appear in New England in March. Maple syrup time; Waiting for the maples to bud.


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