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May 19, 2011

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Jim Therriault
Founder and Proprietor, New England Everyday Goods & Farm Market, Jaffrey, NH.

Just a stone’s throw down the road from The Old Farmer’s Almanac headquarters, Jim and his wife Susan operate a sprawling retail store that specializes in useful and unusual products with interesting stories behind them.
 

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