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This couple just smiles, and says 'goat cheese'

By Diana Burrell
Globe Correspondent / September 26, 2007

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GRAY, Maine - Major life changes usually have predictable catalysts: a job offer, a divorce, a windfall, or a health crisis. Less likely is something as mundane as a plate of goat cheese, but that's what was responsible for four Alpine dairy goats, a rambling 106-year-old farmhouse in rural Maine, a baby girl, a book, and everything else that's happened ... (Full article: 717 words)

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