Build Back Becker

… in an effort to free the world for my daughter and granddaughter.

I just stood in the center of the Universe.
Right in the middle of my house, which is the most visible house in Weare. Weare has the coolest history out of any town in the state. Weare is located in the heart of New Hampshire. New Hampshire has been rated #1 in freedom out of all 50 states, for many years in a row. The states are part of the best country in the world. Our world is the center of our universe.

While I’m generally living ultimate freedom as a nomad, I have been staying in New Hampshire for most of 2020 though today.

This place has the history that other states could only dream of. Fast forward 250 years, and here’s what we have today…

I fell in love with Weare when I read about it’s rich history, and soon thereafter I purchased a beautiful colonial farmhouse built in the 1700’s, which has been newly converted in to community office space.

Weare is where my heart is, and I truly enjoy being part of the amazing community here. The Wearehouse is an awesome space, and I love sharing it with the many people that are working to build a brighter future.

Last year I assisted with the play to retell the story of The Pine Tree Riot for the 250th anniversary. We brought the past to life with a re-enactment of the events that took place that day in 1772.

This year I’m starting a series of classes called Build Back Becker to teach computer skills for creating the network of yesterday. We are live streaming them on our own servers, to be shared out to the world. 

I’ve also created a website to promote our history, and local businesses. is an association to manage the website content, and request additions. It’s almost like a BBB or COC, but I really don’t know what it will be when it grows up.

I’m also part of the second play that will be performed in August of this year. This one is about the hurricane and flood in the 1930’s. Our Weare Community Theater group formed last year, and pulled together an incredible performance. Especially considering the couple of months that we had to pull it all together. has the links to the action.

We are launching our first community market day on April 21.

Then on Saturday morning, we are cleaning up 2 miles of South Stark Highway, before heading to the Pine Tree Riot anniversary celebration sponsored by Americans for Prosperity.


Ironically, on April 19th, I opened a letter explaining that I would be in default on the loan if I don’t prove them that I paid all $16.29  that is overdue to the theft department by April 21.

I imagine there’s a good chance that number is up to 17.72 by now.

So that’s where we’re at on 4/20.

This is what makes it all worthwhile…

Meet Brian

Hello World! I am Brian Becker, and I am living Free in New Hampshire. Please take a moment to get to know me, and understand how I see the world overcoming the crisis that the tax monsters have created. Once you know me, I would love to meet you.

If you’re ready to schedule a date, please add yourself to my calendar

The Idea(s)

My “Liberty Resume” can explain the Who, What, When, Weare and How of the projects that I’ve been dedicating most of my life to in order to advance Liberty in our Lifetime.

While I am practically retired, my career history has been pretty impressive over the past 30 years. See my experience on LinkedIn or in my Professional Resume

If you are inspired by any of the projects, please reach out to offer some helping hands. I genuinely feel that we have everything we need to thrive right here in New Hampshire, and all of the wheels are already in motion. Weare just waiting for YOU!

Please let me know how you can help at

Please also consider contributing financially to keep the ideas alive. offers multiple options to donate, which might just sustain this long enough to still be here when you actually need it.

S. A. Clark

Sharon Anne Clark

June 15, 1989 – November 20, 2022

CLARK – Sharon Anne, 33, late of Grafton, NH, was found deceased in her home on Nov. 20, 2022. Sharon was the youngest daughter of Robert and Jane Clark of Front Royal, VA. Born in Winfield, IL on June 15, 1989, she is survived by her parents Robert and Jane, brothers Daniel and James, sisters Elizabeth and Becky, niece Jade, other relatives, and many friends.

Sharon loved the Lord and liberty, and desired that all would understand the gospel. She welcomed debate and enjoyed sharing her insights concerning sustainable living, political philosophy, and theology. She was an avid blogger and hard worker. She pursued adventure and challenges.

Sharon was homeschooled through high school, taught elective classes for homeschoolers, and led a worship team of signers at church. She received her black belt in karate from Front Royal Karate Club. She acquired her certification in ASL (American Sign Language) from NOVA, then studied engineering at Chattanooga State Community College in Tennessee before traveling to Montreal, Canada to study the French language. She was conversant in French and wrote many articles in both English and French. Two years ago she moved to New Hampshire to join the Free State Project, and worked at MTD Building Contractors in Canaan, NH.

Sharon volunteered with Habitat For Humanity, both in the United States and in Canada, and sought to help the poor and the homeless whenever she could. She will be greatly missed.

A memorial will be held on Sunday, January 1, 2023 at 1 p.m. at the Mill Brook Christian Fellowship in Grafton, NH.

To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.

Published in Legacy from Nov. 29 to Nov. 30, 2022.

My Thoughts

As I’ve done before with the Death of Elisa Lam I am going to attempt to understand another mysterious, and horrific tragedy.

This time it’s a dear friend of mine, Sharon Clark. First, I would like to share my personal message…

Forwarded from

Today we celebrate the life of Sharon Clark.
Sharon was an incredible person, and has had an enormous positive influence on the people that were graced with her kindness, selflessness, and dedication.

As an activist in New Hampshire, and Grafton specifically, she had such a tremendous impact on bringing the community together. The legacy that she has left behind will last forever.

I am grateful to have known her as long as I did. We met in Grafton last year, and she quickly became one of my favorite people in New Hampshire.
Her motivation and passion were extremely admirable, and I believe she may be the most wholesome person I’ve ever met.

I had great aspirations of working together with her, and dreaming of the incredible things we would accomplish.
I am very torn by her passing. I am sure she’s in the best place possible, and I know her angelic presence will continue to guide me through many of our shared visions.

Sharon Anne Clark
1989 – 2022

Sharon’s website and blog:

Sharon’s Book’s:

Sharon was passionately driving the Free Grafton project – Organizing members of the town, integrating locals into the community, and holding monthly meetings and potlucks.

She was also diligently working on proposing changes to the Town of Grafton regulations, most of which would benefit those living in tiny houses and increase freedom overall.

Thank you for everything you have done. May you rest in peace knowing that your time on earth will never be forgotten.



Sharon’s Memorial service was today at Mill Brook Christian Fellowship in Grafton, NH.

I learned there, for the first time, that Sharon died of a gunshot wound. I was speechless as I met her Mother Jane, and Sister Becky for the first time… while I also learned that my friends death was not accidental (as I had come to believe). Jane was explaining to a man named Bill as I walked in, and both agreed that the official story did not make sense.

Sharon’s mother is confident though that God will be sure that Sharon’s wishes of Truth, Liberty, and Justice will be served.

The Wearehouse

It’s been one year since I first laid my eyes on this place, and it has been an epic journey getting here

Florida Man

It all began in Tavares, FL last November. I was living in my RV at a friend’s house on the lake. I had actually just met him a few weeks earlier during Red Pill Expo with G. Edward Griffin. The dozens of friends I made there are still some of the coolest people on earth.

Red Pill Expo after party, at The Jekyll Island Club resort
Red Pill Expo after party, at The Jekyll Island Club resort

Jekyll Island

The event was amazing, but having the privilege to hang out with G Edward in the building where the Federal Reserve Act was signed in 1913… just WOW. This likely completed the majority of my bucket list all in one day. Ed (yeah, I did that) wrote the book about the Federal Reserve called The Creature from Jekyll Island. And here I am, sitting with him at the Jekyll Island Club on Jekyll Island. I felt the world change that day.


The current chapter in my story began last November. The last chapter was a wild one, so I should probably write that one next. But for now, this began as an idea. An idea I had one night while sitting in my camper by the river, in all of Florida’s beauty. While watching the world fall apart from my easy chair, I realized that the only way to stop the freight train that’s trying to run us all over was U.N.I.T.Y.

I’ve met friends through Porcfest and the Free State Project, Liberty Forum, Anarchapulco, Red Pill Expo, Anarchizona, and Anarchadelphia.

And while in Florida for just a month, I met Dr Andrew Kaufmann and Del Bigtree – and met some great people at Zen Awakening 2020

Counter the Divide

I have thousands of friends – but that’s not what I mean by unity. I mean; we need to UNITE where the MSM and politicians are trying to create division. They don’t want us working together because we might realize that WE DON’T NEED THEM. They create narratives to divide people based on political silos, fringe issues, color, and anything else they can think of.

I have seen this division with multiple movements that have had the potential to actually change the world. Bitcoin forked, Anarchapulco forked, Porcfest forked, and the FSP essentially forked in 2016. These were all caused by unnecessary drama, relatively created out of thin air. Today, you can see the attempts at division growing stronger, but the tyranny is forcing us to be stronger and unite.

The Idea

My idea is to create a platform for all of the groups in the world to be able to share their common goals and ideas, and still be able to express their individuality. I don’t know what exactly sparked the idea, but could have been the lighter sparking the joint. I don’t smoke often, but have been experimenting now and then for a year or so. I still don’t recommend it, but have I had some pretty intense highdeas on occasion. This was one of them.

I have been part of the Free State Project for almost 10 years now. I didn’t move until 2016, but have supported it since the day I first read about it in a random youtube comment. There are about 20,000 liberty minded people actively trying to move to New Hampshire to create a free state.

This is going great, and we’ve built an incredible thing that has never been tried before. Although, there have been numerous hurdles. The project gained tremendous attention in 2016 when we hosted Edward Snowden at Liberty Forum. We also triggered the move by reaching 20,000 pledge signatures.

I found out about the Freedom Cell Network in the summer of 2020. I immediately recognized the value in this system, as it’s designed to bring people together for the purpose of building a network of freedom loving people by networking with others in your area.

I decided that the best way to achieve unity was to combine my two favorite projects into a new Free State Project Freedom Cell. This could be HUGE. Using the existing resources of the Freedom Cell social media network, we could organize the people in New Hampshire, and also connect them with others that haven’t made it here yet.

New Hampshire

The people living in New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project are some of the most experienced and freedom minded people in the world. They have dedicated most of their life to creating Liberty in our Lifetime. We have been building communities, creating alternatives to the corporate systems, and preparing for economic collapse on a global level. Some of us for over ten years now.

So here I am, exactly where I’m meant to be. I’m in the center of New Hampshire, the freest state in the “freest country” in the world. I chose the perfect location on a map, I put my finger on it, and underneath was the house of my dreams. Literally.

I now own a place in Weare, NH on John Stark Highway, about halfway between two of the largest cities in NH. Weare is part of the reason you have any freedom today. This was due to one of the first acts of rebellion against the tyranny of England on April 14, 1772. I would highly recommend reading about the Pine Tree Riots to understand the significance of this town.

Live Free or Die

John Stark Highway runs right through the center of town. General John Stark wrote Live Free or Die: Death is not the worst of evils, back in July of 1809, and it still rings true today. Just as the phrase written by John Locke describing an appeal to heaven

An Appeal to Heaven
And where the body of the people, or any single man, is deprived of their right, or is under the exercise of a power without right, and have no appeal on earth, then they have a liberty to appeal to heaven, whenever they judge the cause of sufficient moment. And therefore, though the people cannot be judge, so as to have, by the constitution of that society, any superior power, to determine and give effective sentence in the case; yet they have, by a law antecedent and paramount to all positive laws of men, reserved that ultimate determination to themselves which belongs to all mankind, where there lies no appeal on earth, viz. to judge, whether they have just cause to make their appeal to heaven.

John Locke. “Second Treatise on Civil Government”.
– Chapter 3 Sect. 20-21 & Chapter 14 Sect. 16

Death is not the worst of evils.

If you know me, you know I’m not afraid of death – it’s the people that I leave behind that I worry about. I have lived every day of my life as if it could be my last, and I’ve enjoyed every bit of it. I will never give that up, but will also never give up fighting for freedom.

I may not have much time left. I don’t know how I’ll go, or where I’ll go – but there are many things that could take me there now. Besides the fact that I smoke, drink, and eat almost entirely processed junk food… Now I’m putting myself at risk of being Ross’d or Suicided/Clintoned. If there’s one thing I know, it’s that the government doesn’t like competition.

I would prefer the latter, as I wouldn’t want my family to go through the pain that my dear friend Lyn must feel every day with her son locked in a cage. I will never take my own life though, so they better be real sure to make it look accidental.


The Free State Project Freedom Cell is not a group, or anything like that. It’s just a way to organize people around the state of New Hampshire, and be able to set up networks for food, shelter, communication, events, community, and anything else detrimental to our freedom and survival. We intend to thrive, and be the change we’d like to see in the world.

Honestly, this is the idea that I expect to gain the most traction. It encompasses almost everything that we’re looking to achieve. The Freedom Cell Network has grown in just a couple of years to over 20 thousand of the best people on earth. We are working on our exit strategy to build independence in our lives. The Free State Project reached 20,000 pledges in February 2016, but didn’t come with much of a plan to organize those people.

Being such an independent individual, instead of suggesting “Somebody should…”, I decided to start working on a plan. I registered while still in Florida, and started my b-line back to New Hampshire to start looking for a home base for this new project.

Although I was certain that I’d have hundreds of people excited for this new hybrid merger of FSP and FC, I also accept the fact that there are probably thousands of other projects already in the works. It would be up to me to market this one as the ultimate solution.

The Wearehouse

As I arrived back to New Hampshire just in time for Thanksgiving, I set my sights on buying property. Initially, I planned to buy everything I could afford to finance, since I knew the ideas in my head would start to manifest lots of attention and new movers looking for housing.

I didn’t really consider buying commercial property, although it’s always been a dream of mine. I was working with Constance at Porcupine Real Estate, and also frantically watching Zillow and Redfin. I found a few multi-family houses, and fixer uppers, and even toured a couple. Constance tipped me off to Homesnap, which would ultimately change my life.

Then I realized I needed to narrow my search down to something more specific than the entire state of New Hampshire. I thought for a while, and decided that if I were to pick any town, it would be Weare because of their revolutionary history. Once I committed to that, I thought “Where in Weare?”. Well, there’s a highway running right through the center of the town named after General John Stark. Perfect!

I followed that highway with my finger on the map. This wasn’t a real estate map, I was just looking for the location and planned to figure out the real estate later. So, my thoughts were to try being as close to a major city, while also staying fairly central to the two nearest cities – Concord and Manchester. Once I traced John Stark highway to it’s Southernmost point in Weare (closest to Manchester), I had the perfect location.

South Weare has most of the commerce too. There’s Stark House Tavern, Dunkin Donuts, Lanctot’s Grocery, NAPA, and many other shops. I knew instantly that this was the perfect place for me to start my property search.

It didn’t take long after selecting my dream location. I checked Homesnap for South Stark Hwy, Weare, NH – and there it was! The property had been for sale for over a year, and was just reduced in price by $70k. It was miraculous. I can’t even describe how I felt that day, knowing that I just had to have it.

That’s right… $250k in a market that you could barely touch anything residential for under $500k! So, I knew my next actions had to be very swift, and well planned. I couldn’t even show how excited I was for fear that someone else would come in to outbid me. This felt like a war, even though I was the only one involved. I started the process immediately, and had the offer accepted on the 19th! I actually managed to get all of the office furnishings included – which was likely around $15k of desks, chairs, etc.

I then started working with the banks, and trying to scrape together $70k in cash required for the down payment. We we finally able to close on March 4, 2021 after what seemed like very excessive feet dragging from the bank. I was fairly convinced (without evidence) that they didn’t want to give me the loan so they could buy it themselves.

I was on top of the world this day, and haven’t come down since.
(I also went through the entire closing being the only one in the building without a mask)

And there it is. The Wearehouse was born. Time for some action!

2020 is Hindsight


I can’t believe the year we’ve just had. It’s been a tough one for everyone, but I really hope you are all still hanging in there.

I feel like I’ve been going non-stop since June, but I am loving every minute of it. Before I begin to recall the events of 2020, I should probably state that I’ve seen through the BS and propaganda since the beginning. I don’t trust the people that call themselves government, or their media that’s trying to polish their turds. With that said, I’m not going in to details about any of it – just wanted to clarify before I start raving about the thousands of people I’ve been in contact with.

I began 2020 in Atlantic City, where I stayed for a month. I drove from there up to NH for Liberty Forum in Feb, and then back down to my site in AC. I stopped for a bit in Philly and DC before I headed to Charlotte, NC. I was living In Charlotte for a couple weeks when the ‘rona madness started, so I didn’t get the brunt of it like the New Yorkers did. I won’t get into that much here, but as you might guess I have a LOT of opinions on it.

Ultimately, it didn’t affect me much… I continued working and living as usual, just without bars and casinos (so my wallet is happier). After Charlotte started closing up shops around the end of March, I decided to boondock for a while. I drove from Walmart to Walmart for almost a month, running on Solar power and free water at truck stops.

Myrtle Beach was just starting to open up to the public in May, and I was there on day 1.
I stayed in a beautiful campground right on the ocean for a weekend, while I toured the city again for the first time in 30 years. I found one bar that was open for drinks – without restrictions (FINALLY!). The beach was nice and weather was perfect.

One place on my bucket list has always been Jekyll Island. If you’re not familiar with the history, there’s a book called “The Creature from Jekyll Island” that I’d highly recommend. I haven’t read it, but I know the story and met the author last year. TL;DR: it’s where the Federal Reserve started after a secret meeting of America’s wealthiest men (JP. Morgan, Rockefeller, etc). The Federal Reserve still continues to control the dollar that you use every day – and it’s NOT a government entity, it’s private.

The Jekyll Island Club – In 1910 the Federal Reserve Act was drafted in a secret meeting here.

So, I went to see where history happened. I have hours of video that I’ll sift through someday, but I have to admit it’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve been. Spanish moss hanging from huge Oak trees, perfectly groomed sidewalks covering the entire island, historic buildings very well preserved, and a beach that runs for miles. The island is a combination of state preserves, and extreme wealth that just showcases the utopia that the rich and powerful strive for. It’s disgustingly beautiful.I had planned on staying another week to get more video, but I actually cut my stay short.

Rode my scooter 3 miles before the battery died. Guess who walked 3 miles back…

On my last night, I tried to boondock in one of their huge empty “public” parking lots right on the beach. That lasted until about 10PM when Gomer Pyle came up to politely let me know that “the owner” would make him ticket me if he saw me there. I’m not sure who “the owner” is, but I left anyway. Drove back to Brunswick, GA for the night and started my trip to NY in the morning. On the way to NY I stopped again in CLT and WV for brief visits. CLT bars were just starting to open back up, so I had a drink in public there. It’s amazing how much that feels like an accomplishment. BTW, Georgia bars and restaurants were mostly open while I was there. No facemask requirements, except maybe for some employees. It’s appearing that Georgia could be moving close to one of the freest states in the country.

Actions like this speak louder than words. As much as I was hoping New Hampshire would be the trendsetter, I think New Hampshire’s governor chose money over freedom. Just one more reason I think money IS the problem, and we need to control that before anything else ever changes. (Read: Bitcoin)

Soooo anyway… I made it back to NY by Memorial Day, and booked a site at The Ridge in NY for the month. Was nice to actually camp, like with friends, and campfires and such. For four years I’ve been living in a camper, but rarely do it like this.

Camping at The Ridge, Leroy, NY

I stayed long enough to attend a “drive by” graduation, and visit more friends.

I will finish this page someday, but 2021 has been off to a great start… Posting as is for now, and hope to add the 2nd half of the year soon!


I’ve been in North Carolina since February, so my experience has been limited to the local response, and watching chats and online reports. It’s my belief that if there wasn’t 24hr coverage of this “pandemic”, and a massive overreaction by governments, very few people would be personally affected. The response to this contagion has been far worse than a virus of this type could even hope to accomplish.

The virus: It’s similar to the flu in its ability to spread, and kill anyone too weak to defend against it. We have never had the ability to track cases of any other virus spreading like we do today. Imagine if the Flu Map existed, and we tracked the spread of a a random flu strain across the entire world. My assumption is that it would look much worse than the current Corona map. The technology, propaganda, and fear mongering have created a global panic around a disease that has similar traits as the annual flu.

It’s been over a week since NC closed all bars, restaurants, and many other businesses.

Ok, i started this post in late March with the above, and now it’s April 26. I quit writing then because I knew I wouldn’t post it since it was still early and many facts and potential was unknown.

Well, I’m back to finish this, and the facts are now out and unknowns are now known.

I just hit South Carolina today for a couple reasons. OBX in North Carolina is closed to visitors, which means the coast in NC is nearly untouchable. The SC governor just announced that the coastal beaches could reopen anytime they choose, which makes them one of the first in the country. This also stakes their claim as one of the states in the US with rationality and low tolerance of BS.

I’ve spent most of April in NC where mandatory shut ins started right after St Patrick’s day. I wasn’t personally affected much because

  • I have been telecommuting full time for over 3 years
  • I still travel to wherever i want (my home is mobile, and always with me)
  • I cut my own hair
  • I wash my hands
  • I have a decent immune system
  • Most of my free time is just spent alone in my trailer anyway

I do miss being able to dine out, visit bars, and play at casinos. I feel like that’s not much to complain about compared to many others that have lost their jobs or been unlucky enough to actually get sick from this virus.

I hope this finds you with minimal disruption to your life as well. This experience has been educational for me at least. I’ve observed many interesting reactions and discovered some things about myself.

My initial reaction was anger that the governments of almost every state followed in line, like rooks on a chessboard. I expected many states to stand their ground, and at least use logic and sense to rationalize their decisions. However, i believe there were big financial incentives that persuaded even the freeest states to shut down lives.

I’ll get in to my hypothesis on the severity of the outbreak now, so’s not to bore you.

The virus is hardly different from any other version of coronavirus. This one has killed people like others, but the pandemic style approach was a very serious overreaction with extremely dire consequences.

The economy was doomed far before this even started, and i think the inevitable collapse of the dollar will be a net positive thing once it happens officially. The value of the dollar has been declining for over 40 years, largely due to an uncontrollable federal reserve fiat printing machine.

Every dollar created costs a tiny fraction of value to disappear from the dollar in your pocket. The problem is that these tiny fractions add up very quickly when multiplied by trillions of fresh new dollars.

ATM dollars shortly after the first bailout was announced

Is saving the economy really worth the risk of death?

Well, I guess there’s always risk of death… And i could care less about the economy. I believe the risk posed by this virus should not have caused anyone to lose their job, but that’s because the risk was low and unemployment is potentially devastating.

This was an experiment. Maybe not initially, and maybe not even intentionally, but it at least has become one. I’ve actually imagined Bill Hates coming out with an admission to the world that you have all been part of the largest psyop in history, and that they thank you for your participation and the wealth of data that they were able to obtain.

It’s just a funny dream I have, but could you just imagine the reaction?

Now, the experiment has shown us

  • Allegedly, over 60% of the US population believe media, don’t question what they’re told, and believe the government should control their freedom
  • The state governors will fall like dominoes if the price is right
  • The states with the higher chance of freedom are the ones that did not ‘order’ people to do anything

Google is Evil

Maybe they started out with good intentions, but as usual: power corrupts.

Google updated their Terms and Services on 3/31/2020, and made it a point to notify everyone months in advance. This caused some suspicion as usually companies try to get you to accept new terms as slyly as possible. Google published a notice on their home page to be sure every single person had no deniability for not knowing what they are about to do.

What is it that they’re doing? I can’t say for sure, and I’m sure there’s a 10% chance that it’s not totally malevolent. I chose not to take my chances, and decided to delete anything remaining in Google’s servers. This is where the fun starts.

Sure, they are fairly open about your option to “Takeout” and move to other services. I’m sure they realize that almost no one is going to do this, but they give you that guise of an option.
That is available here

I downloaded all of my data, and turned off web history and cleared everything from the MyActivity screen. This took a while, and I did keep my Maps data because I have yet to find an alternative for that service.

Hangouts was where it gets really interesting.
I have been using Hangouts as my primary mobile phone since it’s inception… even before. It started as Google Voice, and prior to Google’s purchase – was called Grand Central.
It is an incredible service that gives you a free local phone number, linked to your Google account, that will allow incoming and outgoing calls, texts, transcribed voicemails, cross platform, multiple device options to text from, international calling, and more.

The service is (was) great, and still works… but at some point Google decided that “Not being Evil” was too hard, and they’ve even removed that from their policy.

Now, since I’ve been using this service for at least 10 years, I’ve got over 6,000 calls and messages stored in my history. Since I’d like to remove my data from G servers, I’d also like to delete all calls, texts and voicemails. This is not a part of the MyActivity mentioned above, so I went to Hangouts. In here, I could delete messages 1 by 1, but in the Phone I could select 200 at a time. This is not a technical limit, it’s a process that Google chose to implement to dissuade you from doing this. Well, I painfully did it this way anyway.

But, what about photos? With Hangouts, when you send a photo to someone else, it is uploaded to Google’s server, and a link to the photo is sent instead of the bits and bytes of the actual photo. Well, I’m sure I’m not the only one that has texted a photo to someone that you’d prefer not to be stored in Google’s archive forever.
If you’ve ever sent it with Google – Check this link

I found 10 years of history containing every single photo I’ve ever texted to anyone.
Google – this is utterly creepy, and you know for a fact it’s completely unnecessary. It’s an obvious deliberate choice to handle pictures this way. (No other message service handles photos this way).
Also, every one of these photos are available to everyone in the world, without logging in to anything. If you have the link to the photo’s location, you can see it.

Back to the call logs and messages. Luckily I was able to find this blog that discussed some of the options, and that led me to some scripts that would let me automate the tasks. Keep in mind, Google could add a Delete All button pretty easily, but their motives are just something that I wouldn’t understand.

I used this Powershell script to perform the 3000 mouse clicks it would have taken to delete over 6000 call logs.

[void] [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName(“‘Microsoft.VisualBasic”)
[Microsoft.VisualBasic.Interaction]::AppActivate(“Google Voice – Call history – Mozilla Firefox”)
[void] [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName(“‘System.Windows.Forms”)
while ($null -eq $null){
sleep -Seconds 3

Within about an hour my robot cleaned up everything. All 6000+ are still sitting in the Trash folder, but Google claims that that will be deleted permanently in 30 days.

Camp Hacks

After living in my RV full time for a couple of years, and traveling around the US with it, I’ve gathered together some tricks that should be useful. I will update this with more when I can.

Boondocking (free) sites

  • Search Google maps for
    • Walmart Supercenters
      • Use satellite maps to find white lined parking spaces, or other RV’s and trucks
    • Cabellas (possibly Bass Pro and other Sporting stores)
    • Casinos
    • Rest Areas
    • Truck Stops – literally search for “truck stops”
      • Flying J
      • Loves
      • Pilot
      • Buckys
      • etc. 
    • Most of these places are easily accessible with any RV, but you can always look at the satellite maps in advance to plan an easier entrance/exit.
    • Bureau of Land Management
    • Long Term Visitor Area
      • Arizona and California have multiple areas
      • These are mostly found in the South West US, but are well worth looking for.
      • Many are either free, or require a very inexpensive permit
    • The best part is that you can un-hitch the trailer and stay a while!
  • Some websites to check for free overnight parking
  • Mobile Apps (At least Android)
  • I am working on this personal collection – Camp Map

Camping discounts

  • Clubs
    • Passport America Offers half price discounts at select campgrounds around the US
      • Use Referring Member number C-702863 for referral discounts
      • Many sites have restrictions based on season, or max # of nights.
    • Good Sam parks usually offer around a 10% discount on nightly rates
    • Thousand Trails – I have no experience with this, but may be worth a look
  • Use Google Maps to locate RV parks, check the park website for weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates


  • For your first times, be sure to land at the site during daylight. It makes parking and setup much easier. This is also helpful as many camp offices close early.
    • This doesn’t apply to boondocking
  • Be mindful of the wind when towing