In the 60s and 70s I was a child…but I watched as flower power and woodstock took center stage on changing our culture.
Hessler rolls us back to thatera where flowers in your hair and tie dye are the dress of the day.
On day one we met some interesting folks…some reliving those days of their youth, others had not been born when those were the days.
Across from our booth was a large grassy spot not occupiedby a vendor. It became an impromptu venue for musicians…a guitarist the put me in mind of Neil Young, and a percussion dude who brought his unusual set of instruments..like a home depot bucket, soup kettle, and various