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Umass in the House

Umass in the House

Today I met Jim Powers in County Mayo on the Famine Trail in the Doolough Valley. Jim attended Umass Amherst between 1984-1990. Jim and his wife own Glen Keen Farm, a very successful visitor attraction in the middle of the Famine Trail. I called it home of Shaun-the-attraction. Daniel and I are retracing a 20Continue Reading Umass in the House

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