Living in the northern part of the country made me used to a lot of things that the two of us don’t have here in the Tampa Bay area.
For a single, I remember being in a community of people who tapped their own trees for maple syrup.
My state is renowned from a single end of the country to the next for its delicious maple syrup exports. Both of us had a associate who owned an artisan maple syrup company and the two of us received jars of syrup as Christmas presents on more than a single occasion. I was always ecstatic to receive this delicious syrup, regardless of the reason. Moving to Tampa took a lot of decreasing at first. The weather here is much warmer than my lake apartment up north, and that is great and awful depending on how you look at it. I enjoy having a mild winter, but that comes at the cost of an insanely overheated Summer season that never seems to end. I also miss being able to use a fireplace in the Wintertide season, as there aren’t a ton of homes in the Tampa Bay part that have fireplaces inside. If I can afford to, I want to buy some land in Parrish and build a custom apartment in the countryside. I would surely put a chimney and a wood stove inside. In this location, you’re still close to the bay while being nestled in a rural environment. One of my friends in school had a lady who lived in Parrish. It was fun taking the drive down Interstate 76 from my cabin in Brandon that I was living in at the time.