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In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss a free chair give-a-way, what happened to Harold Luce’s tables, whether or not to leave John alone with brides-to-be, the dangers of local satire, funny things that cows get into, a film stunt gone awry, a popular idiom for bribe swapping, Kristina’s visit to a hidden Druid enclave on an unmarked dirt road, the best way to make a Stonehenge, Butch’s connection to the People of the White Pine, a sharing of the sacred pipe, missing Susie’s moonshine parties, summer inebriation, the old Dreamland dance hall at Tunbridge Fairgrounds, things that can go wrong with a land line, one very important phone message that got cut off, looking for a long lost foster child, the hidden reach of evil plans, being frozen and locked inside in a cold museum, a string of unfortunate events, figuring out who’s in charge, God’s subcontractors, the questionable assertion of AI, the trouble with fallen angels, where it all began, whether or not heaven is as great as they say, the limitation of the senses, how biological glands might be related to spiritual visions, another Bill and Lady sighting, the well worn routes of a man and his dog, a failed attempt to mow the lawn, concern for nesting mice, networks of silence and secrets, letting go of shame, operating in the world with too little information, when gossip bleeds over into malevolent deception - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Highwoods String Band [Who Broke the Lock]; Ben Reed [Two Dollar Woman]; Bow Thayer and the Holy Plow [Way of the Gun].
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