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In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss the arduous work of applying lip stain, an almost-encounter with a sideways grain truck, maybe not skating in the rain, Emily’s loyalty & a warning to Marshall, Ryan’s over-sized song list, all what goes into a stump, mistaking things for people, John’s undying affection for The Alligator Log, reclaiming crystal growing as a hobby, brine vs. road salt, Worther’s questionable candies, a book signing with Dickey Drysdale and Sonny Holt, Orson Bean’s colorful write-up on Emily’s Hartland relatives, a special oven mitt, the confusion of metallic cake decorations, the thrill of having your own bar code, the party that wasn’t on the day Hannelore thought it was, an amazing gift “for introverts”, when the wife of your uncle’s brother does your sock shopping for you, more on paper crinkling for people with sensory issues, the Jackson Browne Christmas card debacle, indoor playgrounds & their curious relationship to the spread of bacteria, having cars that are older than your children, the challenges of selling dead Subarus, the guilty pleasure of a picture-perfect Christmas, a pre-emptive bribe, ski instructors’ holiday schedules, the stupidity & logic of A-frames, nostalgia for the warmth of Kristina’s house, pre-divorce, payback time for bad wives, some unusual dangers related to plastic sleds & tree cutting tools, kissing goodbye to 2019, employing good eyesight for the coming year - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Jim Reiman [She’s a Mystery to Me]; Val McCallum [Ridgerunner]; The Cousins Project with Kristina Stykos & Steve Mayone [Safe Passage].
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