For Sale: one pair of Grateful Dead K2 Lunatic Fringe 1992 Limited Edition Skis. These skis were bought brand new by me in 1992. They have never been drilled, mounted or skied on. They have been on display since day one. K2, in conjunction with Olin, produced only 1000 pairs of these limited edition skis. They were based on a high-end racing model ski. These skis are near museum quality with only slight, minor blemishes. If you are interested, please PM me here or contact me at email@example.com. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY, PLEASE. These skis are NOT being sold inexpensively. Photos and/or video available upon request. Seller will pay for insured, expedited shipping anywhere in the Continental US.
I have a diamond ring that was a gift for my spouse but the size was a "larger" 6 than a "smaller" (5.5) 6 so it doesn't fit her and it wasn't her style anyway. The ring can be re-sized.
This is a gorgeous ring, dripping with diamonds but tasteful. As mentioned, it is a size 6. It has a total carat weight of around 1.70 mounted in 14 carat yellow gold. The larger, central diamond is about .75 carats surrounded by 23 smaller diamonds that equal about .95 carats. (All weights are approximate) This is a princess cut diamond engagement ring and all 24 diamonds sparkle brilliantly
If you wish to have the ring appraised I would be happy to ship it to a legitimate retail diamond shop for their weight and estimate of value. From there we can haggle over the final price.
Please reply by PM if you are interested and we can talk on the phone. Serious buyers only. No dealers please. Selling price is $3k but as I said we can haggle after an official appraisal.
(Limited provenance is available)
Thank you for the kind words, Anna!
I'm continuing to blog about the book here:
I'll be updating the blog often to share my experience writing the book but to also share the fascinating American history I discovered in researching the South West of the late 1800's and early 1900's. I hope to convey the rich tapestry of that particular American experience and one that we all find in the music of the Grateful Dead.
Thanks for your writing efforts and generous e-coupon to get the kindle version for $1.99. I hope to see somebody reviewing it in the "What Are You Reading These Days" thread some time soon.
Remember walking down Shakedown Street in the parking lot at a Dead show?
This lot style t-shirt will bring back some memories of tour.
Morning Dew T-Shirt (Click here to order)
On sale for only $16.99 from
Sunshine Daydream Hippie Shop
This is a video of me playing my sticks to the Grateful dead music. Paying tribute to the Grateful Dead,For their devotion of bringing the party and music to us for thirty years .The link below will take you to YouTube where this is posted. .Please enjoy the video. Please feel free to post comments good or bad because that's how grow .
Thank you. The rev ben stone...
In 2008 while walking to work, Jack Straw came on the iPod and for some reason on this occasion, it struck me like a bolt of lighting. I knew I had to write the rest of the story. I became fascinated by the circumstances of the song.
Well.....Three years and two kids later.....I began in 2011, what became a full year of research. On January 1st of 2012, I started writing and had the first draft in June. About a million edits later, I self published Jack Straw this past weekend. It's been an amazing journey and I'm very proud of the book. Community members can use Coupon code: HF85E on Smashwords to download for $1.99. Thank you and I hope you enjoy!
Smashwords: All eBook Formats can be found here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/308747
Kindle can be found here: http://www.amazon.com/Jack-Straw-ebook/dp/B00CGRWFMG/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1367029537&sr=8-4&keywords=jack+straw
I just started making these and am super excited about them :)
I can make any custom color combo, just email me firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a coupon code going on right now for 15% off until April 27th (Use Code: '200LIKES')
Let me know what you think, and if you'd like a custom!
Just spreading the good word about 20+ original Grateful Dead concert/event t-shirts from the 70s & 80s up for grabs:
If you don't know about this site, take a second and check them out. I've shopped a few of their auctions and have picked up some great stuff in the past.