Roadside Stories With Bob Wilson

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Two college girls on spring break invite us along on their tour of the Maine seacoast. We hunt for crabs, look for moose, and hike to the mountain tops of Camden. Along the way we learn about tall ships, faith, and "Hank", a life saving device for diabetics. Then a Rhode Island woman stops at our roadside stand looking for her lost dog, and ends up telling us how she was the target of a terrorist attack in Lebanon, She was working at her family business when someone planted a bomb by the door. She lets her scars tell the miracle of survival.

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