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In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss a snow pants problem, lambing issues, when generators shut themselves off, more trouble with dipsticks, how to delay a crisis, fear of old wiring, mislabeled circuit breakers, lazy electricians, Aunt Dina’s run in with a wall plug, abandoned insane asylum real estate, the legacy of evil caregivers, the effect of death on houses, rugged exits, using sage to clear bad energy, Swedish Dala horses, why donkeys seem Mexican, bats loose at the Vermont State House, a mysterious midnight Democratic soiree, late night votes, the vagaries of climate agendas, unpacking “pig vigils”, the bob-calf situation, celebrity veganism, the hidden world of industrial meat production, having empathy for animals, the ewe who hated human touch, saving cows named Liberty and Indigo, who has a right to drink milk, dismissing plants’ feelings, children as natural hoarders, Anna’s cord wood baby, special treatment for Teddy Bears, wounded stuffed toys, what Jen did to Myra’s Cabbage Patch doll, Ariel’s goat-music video, a return to embroidery, the man behind hand-drawn ski trail maps, forcing elephants to paint, designing custom clothing for sheep, how to pronounce fancy pants words like “haute”, an astrology primer for Emily, how the dippers rotate, using denial to avoid almost anything, a creepy guy and his “space van”, the underground submarine tunnels of Area 51 - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Hot Flannel [Workin’ on a Building]; Jemima James [When You Get Old]; Keith Murphy [Clamanda].
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