Photos: Boiling up some sweetness

Maple syrup grades are broken down into four grades varying from light to dark in color, and the color also can define the taste of the syrup, although all grades are processed the same way. These are from Frank Nolin's home in Bennington.

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Frank Nolin boils down 13 gallons of pure maple sap into delicious dark amber maple syrup on the morning of April 3 at his home in Bennington.

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