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Nourished by a life in cheese

Craft draws careerists out of offices

Bob and Ann Works operate their own farm in Vermont and turn out 6,000 pounds of cheese annually. (Caleb Kenna for the Boston Globe) Bob and Ann Works operate their own farm in Vermont and turn out 6,000 pounds of cheese annually.
By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / November 27, 2007

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BURLINGTON, Vt. - At the age of 48, Bob Works came to an enviable life junction. The real estate investment firm where he was partner went public, and his payout was sizable. He could have stayed with the firm, managing properties such as One Winthrop Square and State Street Bank building in Boston, or not worked another day of his ... (Full article: 1127 words)

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