Bitcoin has been a very interesting development in both the liberty movement as well as the monetary world. You might think of it as the economic version of libertarianism in that it is very much fighting the status quo and presents a radically different way of thinking about things.
Free State Project
Drew put me up in one of the permanently placed RVs at Roger's Campground for PorcFest 2013. It was a pretty dang good deal of $300 for an entire week of being in a much better place than a tent, even if there were problems with the water leak.
The deals I was expecting to happen at PorcFest didn't occur, and Drew has been very gracious in letting this debt slide as long as he has.
PorcFest is an amazing week long gathering of liberty lovers that is not to be missed, and each year it gets even better. This year was no exception, as the Osbornes and all the other volunteers put together a nearly flawless event.
And I'm in it!
Free Staters are a helpful and neighborly bunch. I've gotten a crew of my new friends to come over and help me build a safer gun range on my property.
My roommate Anthony and I went up to Grafton to help Kat and Russell work on their new home. We hadn't seen it before, and all we knew was that they are building it using the 'rammed earth' technique. When we showed up, Lloyd, Mike(?), and the family had just started working on digging the trenches for the foundation and using the dirt to level off the area. Anthony and I started helping just about the time they all went off for lunch.
The bus that got me to the beautiful free state of New Hampshire.