Episode May 8, 2015

Co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss how to say “Royalton” with an authentic Vermont accent, the documentation of a ripped shirt, a clogging block reveals an unexpected size differential between the genders, the dangers of flower gardening, kissing the ground and playing with worms, a drop and swap explained, demystifying Elmer’s glue, the universality & timelessness of cooties, another dead end road experience, a secret revealed about coffee grounds and after hours at the Tunbridge World’s Fair, Kristina’s complaint about brooms, Emily’s grandmother’s frustrated attempts to get on the internet at the ball game, a lecture about egg usage as it relates to vegetarians, putting the “fun” into fundraiser - and so much more!

Featuring music from Vermont musicians and friends: Lizzy Mandell [If You Love Somebody]; Pete Sutherland [The Moon Behind the Hill/The Baltimore]; Highwood Stringband [Roll On Buddy].

Tune in Fridays at 11 am to hear this show live on WFVR-FM South Royalton, Vermont 96.5 FM or streaming online & rebroadcast weekly at: Royalton Community Radio