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A couple will be sitting down to their treats in just a minute. On one plate, maple taffy on a stick, freshly pulled from the snow in the taffy-trough, and maple cookies and a sugar candy on the other plate.
At this long table it looks like a family of five has set down their paper plates full of various goodies, and maybe gone back for a few drinks to wash them down with. Taffy on sticks, maple candies of a couple of kinds, fudge, and cookies.
The finished picnic tables. The longer table has been finished in an aged building-lumber look, as if it was a DIY project built by the Aucoins themselves, perhaps early on in their ownership of the sugar shack; the three shorter tables are finished in a fresh "redwood" look, more like what we might buy from a home store when we're feeling ready to upgrade.
Outside of the sugar shop, there will be a seating area for visitors to relax and sit with their maple treats. These picnic tables are built from a New Yankee Workshop plan (love that show and LOVE redoing Norm's projects in mini!!), scaled down to 1:12.