Cabin Fever Beer Fest 2018

Cabin Fever Beer Fest 2018

I had a great time with some great people shooting for Cabin Fever Beer Fest this past weekend!

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Episode 7 Released!  (Updated)

Episode 7 Released! (Updated)

In Episode 7, we flash forward to 2006 when a new investigation begins. We discover that the case affected those involved so strongly, they could not let it go. And we update listeners on where the case stands now.

(Edit:  Since posting the episode, the show has hit 100,000 listens on Soundcloud.  Thanks y'all!)

Holla.

Holla.

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I post updates / photos on Mared & Karen episodes, other projects I'm working on, photos from around the city, and even some personal junk.

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Community.

Community.

This used to be the Taylor County Community Center.  There isn't much left.

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The neighborhood spot.

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In my neighborhood, Gene's is the place to drink.  Caught this photo of the light looking splendid.

Easton Roller Mill

Easton Roller Mill

Yesterday I was given a tour through Morgantown's Easton Roller Mill.  Construction started a year before the Civil War ended and finished two years afterward.  At the time, the town of Easton was even more populous than Morgantown. 

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The mill was open to the community, and its operators usually charged a percentage of the flour, grains or corn in return for its use.  Some of the equipment still present is really quite ingenious, and entering the location is a fascinating step backward in time.

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