Letter: First the fork, and now Bernie's Blues?

Posted 8/11/22

The large fork at the crossroad, which put a smile on so many faces, was broken and stolen. Thankfully, it is being repaired and returned to its rightful spot.

However, the little stand called …

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Letter: First the fork, and now Bernie's Blues?

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The large fork at the crossroad, which put a smile on so many faces, was broken and stolen. Thankfully, it is being repaired and returned to its rightful spot.

However, the little stand called “Bernie’s Blues” will never return. Last week every box of hand-picked berries was stolen, along with the money box.

The stand has been a part of our summers for many, many years. We all thought those blueberries were the best in all the world.

What on Earth has happened to our world?

Denise Lyons

Little Compton

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