Roadside Stories With Bob Wilson

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Mark is setting up his own road side stand in North Hampton Mass. This artist has a do-over in life and has returned home to live in his parent's basement. He takes us into the woods for a paint splattering with a spoon. Then, in Meredith New Hampshire, we drill a hole, bait a hook and start fishing for a woman? It's a pick-up line you won't forget for a love story on ice. It's a slippery slope for this couple who has been married 20 years.

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