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Finally Finishing in Bethel

After three years without a coat of paint, Walter Warner finishes the job Bethel, Vt. Thursday, October 3, 2013 that he started when he built the storage shed. Warner bought the Locust Creek School House in Bethel with his wife Nancy while studying at the Vermont Law School and the couple now runs Potlicker Kitchen, a company making jellies and jams.
(Valley News - James M. Patterson)

After three years without a coat of paint, Walter Warner finishes the job Bethel, Vt. Thursday, October 3, 2013 that he started when he built the storage shed. Warner bought the Locust Creek School House in Bethel with his wife Nancy while studying at the Vermont Law School and the couple now runs Potlicker Kitchen, a company making jellies and jams. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

After three years without a coat of paint, Walter Warner finishes the job in Bethel Thursday that he started when he built the storage shed. Warner bought the Locust Creek School House in Bethel with his wife, Nancy, while studying at the Vermont Law School and the couple now runs Potlicker Kitchen, a company making jellies and jams.e_SRitValley News — James M. Patterson