Page, in the 3/27/94 Boston Globe
I just really like it up here. It's out of the way and has a small-town feeling to it. It definitely feels like a community. And where else would we go? I can't imagine us moving to Boston or Los Angeles. We're on the road a lot - eight or nine months last year - so why not spend the rest of our time in a beautiful place like Vermont?
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