For North Country Public Radio. Dick Bentley dealt with death on both sides of Lake Champlain. His mother died in Vermont; his father died in New York. In both cases, he wanted to keep things simple – and in the family. Turns out that different state laws made for very different experiences. Note: Champlain Sounding is the name of my previous website.
For North Country Public Radio. Elinor Randall isn’t planning on dying anytime soon. But that hasn’t stopped her from establishing a private cemetery up the hill from her house in Plainfield, Vermont. Note: Champlain Sounding is the name of my previous website.