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The plight of roughing it

After dinner tonight Crystal and I took a rather casual (read: polite way of saying we were being nosey) stroll through the James Island County Park and Campground taking note of the different campers and RVs and even the occasional tent. What consistently blew my mind though was the grand scale of some of these […]

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Testing our tolerance

I have a wonderful day job. I work at a computer for a number of hours but whilst there I handle my companies growing online social community as well as many functions of our website(s) and platforms. Part of my job though is to travel in between our locations and conduct marketing/social media workshops as […]

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The Tiny House market

As most, I was first made aware of the Tiny House movement by the work of Jay Shafer and his Tumbleweed Tiny Houses. If I am not mistaken I saw a short interview featuring Jay on the Oprah Winfrey show or something. No, I am not a regular Oprah fan. I am not sure why […]

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Slavery comes in all shapes and sizes

It only takes one time of signing your name to become an indentured servant. It only takes a few more times to find yourself years in the hole. At 22 years old it took only one swipe of the pen to become yet another victim in the mortgage war. Making only $32k a year without […]

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Why, you ask?

The first home I owned cost just at $52,000. For that price I got a 2-bedroom, 1-bath, fixer-upper that was on .35 acre in the middle of a post-war neighborhood in Norfolk, VA.  It was built in 1953. At the time my home was built America was reestablishing itself. Men had returned home from the […]

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