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Bush's Diner

Logan, Ohio area recommendations

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The food and service at Bush’s diner in Logan, Ohio are excellent. The food is good home-cooked favourites like barbecued boneless ribs, broasted chicken breast, bacon and eggs, and Boston creme pie. Everything is prepared well, the food is cooked to order, and it is obvious that the people in the kitchen and the wait staff really care about the results. Dan gave this restaurant 5 stars in his Google review, and I’ve eaten enough meals with Dan to know that he isn’t at all frivolous with his ratings. Another great result was at the Inn Towner Lodge in Logan.

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At Home in the Hocking Hills

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Today the Resilient Ways Foundation team of Dan Sullivan and Jim Davidson arrived in the Hocking Hills. It is excellent country, well positioned geographically and demographically, and already bears a few dozen tourist destinations. People seem comfortable coming here from many states around the country. We saw licence tags from Virginia, New York, and other states. It is also a good spot for local vacationers, who seem to know and love the area. We found many cabins and lodges that were “full up” for the weekend. That’s excellent for our business plans, since we anticipate having rooms to let, as

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Storage Achieved! (a great victory)

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We made it to Ohio with Dan’s stuff. He doesn’t have a lot of stuff, but he’s a minimalist, of sorts, and that made this less painful than it might have been. Dan and Jim (Davidson) had a fine dinner at Piada’s (Italian Street Food) – and we pondered pre-Columbian civilizations in the new world, their knowledge of the cosmos, and, also, what the hell is “Italian Street Food” … But Dan’s stuff is definitely in Ohio now … (and we will rest, for tomorrow we meet an ally and forge an alliance)

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To Ohio, for freedom …

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The Resilient Ways team of Jim Davidson and Dan Sullivan are in Ohio working on sourcing storage, finding land, and moving equipment. We have had an excellent week, met three customers, got paid by our first customer, and are moving forward on many fronts. Tired now, more soon!

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Our adventure thus far, on “Freedom Fest” …

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The trip thus far has been very rewarding … On Wednesday, we were able to get to Colorado Springs and link up with Mike and Lauren “Hostile”. The Thursday leg of our trip was a lot of driving, through ancient native american burial grounds and passed the famous “Fort Courage” which got in on that “sweet F-Troop money” back in the 1970’s. Friday we were at the Paris Casino/Hotel, meeting folks in the liberty/freedom movement. We spent some time talking with several exhibitors, including Anthem Blanchard of Anthem Gold. Saturday morning we woke up to have an early meeting with

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Silver

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Our team has developed a concept for a silver bullion round in sterling silver. Sterling is a bit more silver than the 90% silver pieces which many Americans either remember from 1964 and previous, or have used as silver for barter and trade in the many years since then. The first bullion round we’ve designed is the size and shape of the old silver dime, but without the milled edge. We’ve put the abolitionist’s logo on the obverse and our web address and the weight of the silver piece in grams on the reverse. We will be mounting some of

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Travels, Travails, and Colorado Springs …

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Dan Sullivan and Jim Davidson met up with Mike and Lauren Hostile of the Front Range Voluntaryist newspaper on Wednesday afternoon in Colorado Springs. We shared a very nice meal at the Ivy School, visited a nearby mountain park, and spent quite a bit of time together talking about the philosophy of liberty. Thursday was also a travel day, and we arrived in Las Vegas, Nevada in the early evening. There were quite a few people along our path who were in need of help, and we provided help to several of them as we were able. “There is a

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Travel plans

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This month, the co-founders of the Resilient Ways Foundation Jim Davidson and Dan Sullivan are travelling to FreedomFest.com in Las Vegas. We will be stopping along the way to meet Mike and Lauren of the Front Range Voluntaryist. We’ll be stopping on the way back to meet Kevin Wilkerson of Oto.Money and John Wiltbank of Midas.Gold among other ventures. The following week we plan to visit Ohio to secure some property and equipment, identify some land prospects, and start storing our gear for the move later this year. In August we will be attending the Startup Socieities Summit in San

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Resilient News

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3 July 2017: We have engaged a publicity and marketing firm. 2 July 2017: We had this article published. It reviews our plans and announces our existence. Resilient Ways Foundation is off to a great start.  We have registered a few domain names, engaged an architect, built our business model, identified some land, and brought aboard Wendy McElroy, one of the first names in the voluntaryism movement as the chairwoman of our board of advisors.  We are very pleased to be off to such a great start. Over the next few days, we anticipate building a bigger web presence here,

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