Roadside Stories With Bob Wilson

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A Maine novelist and composer stop by our roadside stand to spin a yarn. It turns out he has a giant pipe organ inside his house. It's a good thing he lives way out in the country in Appleton, Maine. Then, after a long day by the side of the road in Camden Maine we end up in a barn with a dog groomer. She specializes in standard poodles and they are more than the sum of their parts.

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