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Friday August 28th:
Ric and Josh (Michigan Activists) making signs - in the rain!
Tues and Wed August 25-26th:
Pics from the trip from Maine to Michigan:
5 x 230 mesh Silk Screens - Emulsion (photo sensitive coating for burning transparency image into screen) - 100 Coloplast signs and stands - Ink, Black and Red - Cleaning Solvent - Emulsion Applicator - Squeege.
Michigan activists want a high production setup along with the Large Sign setup at their acre home lot for motivated friends and family (they have vaccine damaged family members).... soooo, we're going to Get The Message to their communities while making instructional videos and graphics for the several methods we will be showing them and tool lists.
Now getting a small digital projector for the Water Proof Wallborad method for LARGEST Signs :)
Oh, it's sooo on!
Crossing bridge to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Settled into our site at the Gitche Gummee RV Park and Campground in Marquette, MI
Lake Superior across the street from the campground
Oceans of cornfields thruout the Pennsylvania countryside (pics above and below)
Many farms across PA
Monday August 24th:
Monday August 24th, 2020 The day started early (2:30 am) putting signs all over Bangor, Maine. We put about 50 signs up around the town; banner material arrives; packing begins for our trip to Michigan (see details here: https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Article/288407-2020-08-12-love-bus-liberty-tour-in-the-u-p-of-michigan.htm); The Hancock's left Bangor at about 7 pm and will drive as far as we can get over night on our way to Michigan.
Banner/Sign Making Materials Arrive! - We are including a graphic of the stencil used to make the sign. However, we will be reformatting the graphics and uploading the files a little later (hopefully by Wednesday Aug 25) so that you will have them to make your own stencils. The signs were put up early Monday morning (August 24th, 2020) in Bangor, Maine = they got the message!
The banner material (below) came in large rolls - this material will be used to make larger versions of the signs we have been making this past weekend, and put up all over Bangor:
This first responder sign was put outside of Lowe's in Bangor, Maine (Mon Aug 24), right next to another first responder sign that the Lowe's employees put up:
This first responder sign was put up outside of the Northern Lights Medical Center in downtown Bangor, Maine (Mon Aug 24):
This "smile" sign was put on one of the many busy intersections in downtown Bangor, Maine (Mon Aug 24):
"Look At Me" - posted outside of BJ's, a wholesale store:
Masks Make Me Feel Alone:
This "liberty wears no mask' sign was put up outside of Harbor Freight in Bangor, Maine (Mon Aug 24), right at the entrance to the parking lot:
August 23, 2020 = Sign Production in full swing in Veazie, Maine. Includes re-painting over old signage, Derrick busy laser-cutting stencils, testing out the stencils, etc... We are getting these signs ready to put up all over Bangor, Maine:
August 22, 2020 = Sign Making in Veazie, Maine...
Stencil production begins. Here are some examples of what we are doing - if you have any ideas, please let us know (apologies for some of these being sideways or upside down - I could not get them to load the proper way - will try to fix and re-load)...
August 21, 2020 = Sign Making in Veazie, Maine...
Stencil production begins today. Here are some examples of what we are doing - if you have any ideas, please let us know (apologies for some of these being sideways or upside down - I could not get them to load the proper way - will try to fix and re-load)...
LOV3 Bus on it's way to the show for repairs...
August 11, 2020
Back at Jay's again - Turbo went out on the LOVE Bus and spewed oil everywhere - here are some pictures on the repair job...
June 30, 2020
Ian Freeman (Free Talk Live; LRN.FM) joins the show - there was a full house in the LOV3 Bus today (in hour 3) with Jason Henza (foreground), (then L to R) Thomas Freeman, Tim Picciott, Ian Freeman, Ernest Hancock:
Tim Picciott (The Liberty Advisor) on the show to give The Economic Report:
Jason Henza (Stateless Documentary) on the Acapulco shooting in Feb 2020, of which he was a victim:
June 29, 2020
Derrick Slopey's 'rig':
Ernest saying goodbye to our little dog, Hannah - she will be going to stay with Derrick and Donna Slopey, and Erin Perkins (Derrick's sister) for a month in Maine:
June 28, 2020
Another evening at Roger's Campground:
June 27, 2020
Luke Rudkowski (We Are Change) talking with Ernest about The LOV3 Bus:
Tatiana Moroz (singer/songwriter) does a podcast with Ernest:
June 26, 2020
Evening shower from the Hancock's site at Porcfest 2020/Roger's Campground:
Pictures from Porcfest 2020 @ Roger's Campground (Lancaster, NH):
Josh Segurdson (World Alternative Media) on the show:
David Rodriguez (champion of home schooling and education) on the show:
June 25, 2020
Late night snack, courtesy of Jay Noone:
Sunset at Roger's Campground/Porcfest 2020:
Pictures from the 'Pirate Party' at James Babb's site:
Kids being kids:
Etienne de la Boetie2 (aka Howard Lichtman) on the show:
Crosby Peck (owner of Roger's Campground) on the show:
June 24, 2020
James Babb on the show:
Derrick J Freeman and Steven Zeiler on the show:
June 23, 2020
Derrick Slopey on the show:
Posing for pictures with the LOV3 Bus:
June 22, 2020
Folks are starting to come in and settle at Porcfest 2020 - early arrivals:
June 21, 2020
Settling into our site at Roger's/Porcfest:
June 20, 2020
On the road to Roger's Campground in Lancaster, NH - Site of Porcfest, 2020 - we are at site 186:
Ernie sifting dirt for garden:
June 19, 2020
LOV3 Bus painted - have to wait week before applying decals:
On the show today - Rachel Goldsmith, Jay Noone
June 18, 2020
Celebrating Jay and Shalon's 2nd Wedding Anniversary - LaBelle's Winery; Amhurst NH:
Pig pen full again...
June 17, 2020
Jay on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show from the 'domes':
Ernie building/welding/assembling the shaker (Cont'd...):
June 16, 2020
Ernie building/welding/assembling the shaker:
June 15, 2020
Friends for enemies??
June 14, 2020
UPDATES on what's going on at the Noone's today:
Cutting down trees with Jay and Ernie...
Gun Church with Silver Dave Breger:
There's always projects going on:
Piglets are getting big:
Hannah enjoying the walk:
Sprouted seeds and other planting going on around the Noone's:
It takes a constant supply of wood to keep the boiler fed (for hot water):
Garden has grown so much in just the week we have been here:
Land has been cleared for more planting:
These are the large boulders that had to be removed from the land so that it could be leveled and prepared for gardening/planting:
June 13, 2020
Pretty laid back day - Donna details Shalon's car:
June 12, 2020
Since the LOV3 Bus is in the shop for painting, Ernie and Donna are staying in Jay and Shalon's trailer (on the property at the dome house):
LOV3 Bus is in the shop to be painted, so we are doing the show from Jay's Dome - Jay and Cypress join Ernest Hancock for the show:
Rachel Goldsmith (former Free State Project president) joins DYIwEH from Jay's Dome - discuss activism, FSP, and Porcfest 2020:
June 11, 2020
Shalon and Donna go to the farmer's market in Henniker, NH:
Some pictures from around town in Henniker, NH:
James Parker (Running for New Hampshire State Rep) on DYIwEH:
Jay and Cypress Noone, Carla Gerick on DYIwEH:
Carla Gericke on DYIwEH:
June 10, 2020
Jay Noone and Cypress on DYIwEH:
Our little dog, Hannah, in keenly interested in the bird:
June 9, 2020
Ernie logging more time on the loader:
Mel watering the hogs:
June 8, 2020
Radio/TV • Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock
Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock - Radio
Host: Ernest Hancock
06-08-20 -- James Corbett - Jay Noone - LISTEN LIVE on LRN.FM, M-F, 9-Noon EST
Program Date: 2020-06-08
LOV3 Bus in Henniker, NH - Ernest interviews James Corbett (The Corbett Report) to discuss civil liberties in times of crisis; revolutions, rebellions and uprisings; world turmoil; deep state players, etc...Jay Noone In LOV3 Bus Studio
Jay Noone on DYIwEH:
Shalon, Jay and Cypress Noone on DYIwEH:
Swallowtail butterfly on a lilac bush:
Melody working in the hugelkultur garden:
Ernie in the loader removing large boulders from Shalon's future organic garden:
June 7, 2020
Ernie loading a large propane tank for Derrick:
June 6, 2020
Some pics from Jay's...
Ernie helping clear some land:
June 5, 2020
In New Hampshire now - made it to Jay's by sundown:
June 4, 2020
At a Burger King in Pine Grove Mills, PA:
Here are some more pics from Wadel's this morning:
June 3, 2020
Staying at Wadel's Dairy Farm in Shippensburg, PA - https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Dairy-Farm/Wadels-Dairy-117003141660380/:
Now that's a wide load! We've seen some double-wides on the road before, but this took up two full lanes - and there were two of them (left and right half of house):
Crossing into Virginia on 81 N:
June 2, 2020
Called it an early day (pulled into KOA in Blountville, TN) in mid-afternoon - had some things to do on the bus and get caught up on sleep...
June 1, 2020
As of Monday (June 1), here is a map of our trip so far:
May 31, 2020
Started the day before the sun came up in Oklahoma. Plan to be in Memphis by this evening. We will be doing a podcast at 9 pm EST Sunday May 31st. Here are some pictures from today's travel:
Then suddenly there's a lake:
Miles and miles of green (this is along I-40 east of OKC):
Gas at Valero in Shawnee, OK (just east of OKC):
May 30, 2020
Spent the night in Grants, New Mexico and headed out early for another long day of driving. Ended the day at a Pilot Truck Stop
Looking east (New Mexico) - headed into some weather:
Ernie taking a break from driving to check the stories on Freedom's Phoenix, and to watch the SpaceX Demo-2 Launch:
May 29, 2020
We started our trip from Tonopah, AZ (which is 60 miles west of Phoenix) and headed east. It is supposed to be about 110 degrees in Phoenix, so probably a good time to take off...
Our dog, Hannah, isn't sure what to make of this - she's used to having a big back yard:
Well not so bad...