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Word of Advice

Word of Advice
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On raising children:
“Always eat together.”

On splitting wood:

“Cherry splits the most easily. Also white birch. Yellow birch is the hardest.”

“Always split the small end.”

“Split as soon after you cut as possible — before the sap gets out of it.”

On making maple syrup:

“The faster you can turn it from sap to syrup, the better. If you interrupt the process, it won’t be as good.”

On working for others:

“The boss isn’t always right, but he’s always the boss.”

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