Northeast Kingdom Part 2

As promised, there’s more, much more, to see in Glover, Vermont. I’m continuing down the road from the Museum of Everyday Life to my day’s destination: a visit to the Bread and Puppet Museum. But first: sustenance! A beacon in the form of a of an inner tire dressed as a doughnut beckons.

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I have found The Red Sky Trading Company where there is oh so much more than donuts and coffee for sale!

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Decidedly NOT on Rte 66, but if you drive through Glover Vermont you can’t miss the Red Sky Trading Company.

Here’s my caffeine.  I help myself as it’s made very clear–there are no clerks at Red Sky.

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I am, however,  offered a hand at the door:

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and am drawn forward to the room with the polka dot floor.

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where there’s so much on offer and so much to READ:

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Any more questions?

This knife display would feel right at home in the Museum of Everyday Life:

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Oh–I do have a question: can I buy just the rack?

In the middle of everything I find this lost boy:

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I snag a very nice pail for the garden.

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OK, time to pay up.

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Next stop, I promise: Bread and Puppet Museum!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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