After a seemingly interminable flight from Arizona on Wednesday, we arrived around midnight and crashed in Manchester, NH. After getting our car in the morning, we drove the 2.5 hours to get to the Roger’s Campground in Lancaster in the fabled North Country in New Hampshire. We arrived at the campground after checking in to our hotel.Libertarian Woodstock lay before me. They estimate that nearly 1000 folks attended the festival this year. I got to meet old friends and made new friends. Boston T. Party and I hung together most of the weekend. We have been to several events together and use these interregnums to catch up on what has transpired since we last saw each other. Boston has just published a 15 year revision to Hologram of Liberty (1997) and I urge everyone to get a copy if you are still drinking the Constitutional Kool-Aid or merely wanted to peruse the revised and updated book. In the morning I had a long interview with Ernie Hancock and the usual crossing of rhetorical swords he so enjoys. I then introduced Angela Keaton for her Talking to Normals about War speech. She is such a stud and antiwar.com is the first page on the ‘net I visit every morning. I chaired the Resistance and Rebellion panel on Friday afternoon with Adam Kokesh, F. Paul Wilson, Boston T. Party and Pete Kofod (an SF alumnus I dragooned onto the panel). We had a terrific discussion of peaceful and violent means in historical revolution and what the future may hold. Wilson wrote the seminal science fiction novel Enemy of the State about the non-violent destruction of an empire at the hands of the fictional LaNague Federation. All videos for these events will be available soon on the internet.