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Swings and Roundabouts. And Cable. And Angle Parking

There are a few things I want from my new house. I need it to be rustic and modern. Isolated but in close reach of an airport, restaurants and stores. Quiet, but with cable access and a washer/dryer hookup. Oh, and the nearest town needs to be small - and have angle parking on main street - but with most of what I need. And the house - it needs to be cozy but spacious, and cheap.

But Vermont. It definitely needs to be in Vermont. Read More 
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New Washington Post Article

On a shelf in my kitchen, there is a bottle with my name written upon it. The bottle contains olive oil, made from a batch of olives that I helped to pick in the Umbrian village of Paciano. An article I wrote on picking olives, making olive oil, Paciano, and friends of mine who have lived and died in the small-but-perfectly-formed medieval village is the cover story of this weekend's Washington Post Magazine Read More 
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