In 1973, Robert Konefal was a young chemist doing research for Nestlé’s but discontented with the corporate world. At the Pine Hill Arms, a historic boarding house in the hamlet of Pine Hill, he drank a good deal of vodka with the owner one night, and next thing he knew, he had bought the Arms . . .
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