Do you believe in rock and roll? Can music save your mortal soul? ~ Don McLean (American Pie)
A bad trip, ban the bra, beatniks, bean bag chairs, bellbottoms, Berkley, black lights, bongs, “blow your mind” and body paint are just a few words that describe this era. If are a baby boomer, and you are reading this story, that means you survived the age of Aquarius and the hippie generation. You were lucky, some didn’t! Aren’t you just the grooviest and out of sight!
Here are some images that further tell the psychedelic story. Only a few other words are needed. Peace, Love and Right On! All Things Fulfilling often serves as a crash pad for remembering the “good ole days.” It’s where I do my own thing!
Come back tomorrow – don’t be a cop out. I plan to be here if I don’t have to go looking for my granny glasses and my earth shoes. Now, where did I put them…….probably with my Rock ‘N Roll, Hoochie Koo album by Johnny Winter.
Old hippies don’t die, they just lie low until the laughter stops and their time comes around again! ~ Joseph Gallivan
If you like recalling times in our country’s cultural history, you’ll enjoy Gift of a Lifetime: Finding Fulfilling Things in the Unexpected. Click here for more information! The book is now a FINALIST in the Colorado Independent Publishers Association EVVY Book awards. http://amzn.to/1pMxnjH