Episode Apr 26, 2019

In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss trying to shove license plates in your purse, a strange case of problematic toe pain, the night Emily dropped three pizzas in the road, discoveries while painting the bathroom, paying your kids to massage your feet, in search of an air compressor, misunderstanding tire pressure, more wrangling about the $10k grants to out-of-staters, riding frisky horses after a long winter, flaws in telepathic animal communication, babies riding dogs, beavers who live behind fast food restaurants, some awkward situations brought on by trying to be friends with strangers on social media, a meeting with “The Hindquarter”, a day without biting, a plethora of fundraiser headaches, paying to not have health insurance, the extra stuff single people have to do, a guide to New Hampshire units of measurement, a legislative celebration featuring gummy bears, the old Vermont way of using calves to size other objects, police involvement with a cow in the back seat, how we treat rabbits unfairly, cat projection, alternate uses for fishing tackle boxes, an inability to walk convincingly in high heels & consequent runway fail, the pros and cons of wearing dresses, how expressing femininity in today’s world may directly correlate to a genuine lack of safety, watching more gender definitions go veering off the rails, embracing your authenticity, what we do for art that we might not do again, almost dying in the woods by accident - and so much more!

Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Robert Resnik [Twa Corbies]; Rick Davis and Davey Davis [Derby Day]; Stefan Lundin [Denna dag och lite till].

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