Kevin Colosa on Wednesday in St. Johnsbury installs a mortarless stone walkway in Karmic Vine, his home garden at the corner of Webster Street and Spring Street. Colosa and his wife, who were very pleased to see massive construction in their Four Seasons neighborhood conclude last year, grow flowers and food.
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