For 43 years, M. Dickey Drysdale was the editor of “The Herald of Randolph.” He has just published, Vermont Moments: A Celebration of Place, People, and Everyday Miracles, a collection of thoughtful editorials and poems written over the years. If you’ve ever wondered what it means to live in a small town, or want to be reminded of its beauty, you may want to pick up a copy of this book.
Remembered in this book are by-gone people (including beloved fiddler Harold Luce), landmarks (the former wind harp on Chelsea Hill), and events (the Christmas party at the Freight House, the 150th anniversary of the East Barnard Church). Drysdale also extends his focus to national events, as in VT/VT, a reflection on the shootings at Virginia Tech.
We have copies on display near the cookbooks at the front of the store.