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Ready for Another Automotive Romance

I bought my first car 41 years ago at Weybridge Garage. It was a 1970 VW Bug with 90,000 miles and four years of Vermont road rust. I had acquired just enough money from college graduation presents to buy a car. So I bought the first Bug I saw. Owning a VW was virtually a … Continue reading

When Summer Gets Gobbled Down

I awoke today and found Frost perched on the town It hovered in a frozen sky And gobbled summer down -Joni Mitchell, “Urge for Going” The firewood truck came yesterday. A cord of the sweetest smelling maple and oak and even some birch, from the venerable A. Johnson operation. It costs more than twice what … Continue reading

Amy Sheldon’s Excellent Adirondack High Peaks Adventure

Amy Sheldon wasn’t actually lost – she pretty much knew where she was in the High Peaks region of the Adirondacks – but she felt lost. And alone. In the dead center of the Adirondack wilderness and hiking by herself, she was headed up Cliff Mountain. One source refers to Cliff as “the great Adirondack … Continue reading

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