Roadside Stories With Bob Wilson

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We meet John in Meredith New Hampshire; he has a bear stuck in his tree. While his tools are crude, a chainsaw and ax, he is a talented sculptor who can carve tree stumps into just about any type of wildlife. Then, Robin from Alaska stops at our roadside stand while she is in town visiting her family at New Found Lake. She threw away her career as a lawyer to throw clay. Bob gets his hands dirty as he get a lesson on the potter's wheel.

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