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  1. Suzanne Smith
    Suzanne Smith May 13, 2015 at 3:55 pm | | Reply

    At the request of a very special friend, I just listened to the life story of Vaughan Hood. It was an amazing story of a man who overcome many obstacles to be the best he could be. The story was beautifully told and very emotional and moving. I salute the man for his courage and the producers for a great work.
    Sincerely, Suzanne Smith,
    Sheffield, Vermont.

  2. Nancy Camden
    Nancy Camden June 15, 2015 at 5:42 am | | Reply

    Do you ever wonder what people are doing when listening to Rumble Strip Vermont? I am binging. Friday, I listened to a few episodes while riding my bike on a trail here in Wisconsin. Yesterday, I was digging out grass and building a rock wall from a pile of rocks I moved to Wisconsin from my home in Michigan that I sold last August ~rock souvenirs from ‘home’ ~ as I was listening on my iPod to “After the Forgetting,” “Michael Chorney, Music Inventor” and “A Night on Mount Shasta” and “Kendall Wild” (2nd time I listened to this). Now at 4 am, I am sick from a piece of strawberry pie that a neighbor (whom I hardly know) who saw me building the rock wall brought over to me. I was in bed feel nauseous, trying to take my mind off of it, listening to “Another Day Older” and so understanding how profound life is. I’m almost 67. OMG so good all! You don’t have to be from Vermont to love this podcast. Such great storytelling. Thanks. Awaiting more. Nancy Camden , near Milwaukee, WI

  3. Tony Zuzek
    Tony Zuzek August 4, 2016 at 1:25 am | | Reply

    Just listened to “Life’s Last Chapter” – shared with me by a friend. Incredible, just incredible – heartwarming, provocative and sweet…..I am going to figure out a way to share it with my 94 year old mother among many others into the future……the subject that no one talks about…..

    Thank you again for creating this…..and thank you to Rob Mermin for sharing……

  4. Allison Dandurand
    Allison Dandurand May 31, 2017 at 10:38 am | | Reply

    I am listening to the episode Hunger is Boring. I worked at a food shelf in Vergennes & in St. Albans with people experiencing homelessness. My mom is retired and 60ish & takes care of her father in Highgate who is ill. He refuses to go on food stamps due to perceived stigma, but I just asked if my mom would volunteer to help out Marge in Swanton with that food shelf. think she will! Thanks for creating such valuable content!

  5. Alan in Burlington
    Alan in Burlington February 10, 2018 at 1:44 am | | Reply

    Just want to thank you for doing what you’re doing. I enjoy every new release, and it’s clear how much care you put into your work.

  6. Mitch Craib
    Mitch Craib May 22, 2018 at 8:37 pm | | Reply

    Your podcasts are truly inspirational. The story of Vaughan Hood in particular is beautiful and moving. You and that one story have inspired me to record people’s stories as well. Thank you for the fine work you do.

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