Time For Toilet Paper Harvest

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While each fall thousands of folks head to Eckert's to pick apples, even more people head to Monroe County each October to harvest their annual supply of toilet paper. As the temperature falls, the T.P buds sprout and reems of two-ply are spotted from trees throughout the county. Locals know which trees have the quilted …

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