Roadside Stories With Bob Wilson

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We found Nate in Portsmouth New Hampshire getting his car washed by a cheerleading squad. He's a landscaper working out of the back of his Honda? But don't let that fool you, Nate knows his goats beard from his lambs ear. Then, Cherl lives in Hampton New Hampshire. She shows us her home of the future. Built on a fung shey map, this house has everything from a waterfall on the wall to an endless swimming pool in the bedroom and lambs ear along the walk.
 

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