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Deer hunting days in the Northeast Kingdom

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by Daisy Dopp

Daisy Dopp lived most of her life on the Glover farm that is now home to the Bread and Puppet Theater.  When her husband, Jim, died in 1970, Daisy Dopp moved to a home in the village and spent some of her time writing articles recalling life on the farm.  Most were published first in the Newport Daily Express.  Elka Schumann befriended Daisy Dopp and, in cooperation with the Old Stone House Museum, collected and edited her columns.  This is the thirteenth of a series of these columns, with illustrations by Peter Schumann and photographs provided by the Glover Historical Society, that the Chronicle will publish from time to time.

 

This deer hunting story happened some years ago when we were living on the farm.  In July that year Jim broke his leg so he could not get around as well as usual……

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