Distant Drum is for sale on eBay

Distant Drum is for sale on eBay

And here you have it: http://www.ebay.com/itm/281781133734 The auction ends on Wednesday night. I’m going to do a livestream boat showing while sailing her around Charleston Harbor on Monday or Tuesday night, depending on the weather. The livestream link is: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/vPaT2fu8D7L If you want to be notified of the livestream broadcast via email then create a Ustream account and […]

Remove Bill Chamberlain From Saint John's Yacht Harbor

Remove Bill Chamberlain From Saint John’s Yacht Harbor

This guy has caused me so much unnecessary trouble that I’ve decided to devote an entire blog to him, and to provide others a place to share problems they’ve had with him. Bill Chamberlain is the manager of Saint John’s Yacht Harbor, and he’s taking the business with him into a psychotic downward spiral. The […]

New Photos - April: The End of Charleston

New Photos – April: The End of Charleston

Our time at St. John’s Yacht Harbor is coming to an end. We had planned on staying long-term so that I(Garth) could keep working and buying cryptocurrency, but were suddenly faced with signing a lease. Yes, you heard that right, a lease….at a marina. The lease would have cost $1000 and could not have been […]

I'm Not Fucking Broken: A Letter to Extroverts

I’m Not Fucking Broken: A Letter to Extroverts

It’s Friday night. The Stono Breeze is officially open for the season and it’s packed with people. Garth and I sit at a table at the back of the second-floor open-air patio. Three guys play live acoustic music. The early spring South Carolina air is perfect. Garth drinks a PBR, I sip rum and grapefruit […]

The Distant Drum

The Distant Drum

Warning: the pipe in my brain through which writing flows has been clogged for a year. With the help of The Distant Drum, I’ve finally pulled the hair wad out. Untangling it was not possible, so I simply glued it to my word processor as it was… I remember thinking over and over– and marveling […]

Long Live the Great CLAM

Long Live the Great CLAM

It has been a while since I shared a story from my cryptocurrency experiences. As Sarah and I have settled into a routine we’ve been less motivated to write, but for the whole past year our interest in cryptocurrency has continued on a daily basis. Week after week, without exception, for 8 months…..we invested $200 per week into […]

Culver Citizen Article

Culver Citizen Article

Reporter Jeff Kenney has published some articles in the Culver Citizen about the renovation of 814 E. Shore Drive. One of those articles is devoted to Sarah’s book about the project. Read all about it here. As for the house, it’s finally done and ready for rentals: https://www.facebook.com/TheVonnegutHouse