Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods - Study Guide Chapter 4, March, Strong Winds in the Sugar Bush Summary & Analysis

John J. Rowlands
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It is not yet spring, but the blood still stirs. Some animals are coming out and nature is waking up. Red squirrels are one sign. This was also a sign that the sap has started, so Hank, the Chief and Jim start tapping trees. They then make sugar out of the sap. March is also the time to build birdhouses, and Jim is getting excited about fishing. He then describes his rod's parts in some detail.

The snow becomes wet as the weather heat up, and this making crossing snow somewhat dangerous. Ice fishing is also hard to do, but the Chief goes anyway. On another day, the Chief and Hank come over and make knife sheaths and knives together. Jim reminisces about old treasured knives, axes and other implements he...

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