Roadside Stories With Bob Wilson

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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. Then, a Rhode Island Firefighter stops for Bob on his way to help a friend move a pile of dirt. Every shovel counts as old man winter has turned the pile of dirt into a mound of ice. It's a good thing we're with a firefighter because a little Yankee ingenuity gets out of control.
 

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