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February 9, 2015

19 comments:

  1. Awesome, having to sit in the mud wouldn't be fun though lol"

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  2. Wow! Too cool wish i coulda been a part of that.

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  3. I always wondered if the Wally World, National Lampoon Style Vacation in 1969 was my parents idea of keeping me away from Woodstock...unfortunately we stumbled upon the Tate/LoBianco Murders in Cali...So much for trying to protect your kids from the big, bad world of the 60's and 70's...

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  4. That wasn't just any multicolored school bus y'know.

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  5. I'll be back this evening with an inside out perspective. I was there & am visible in an audience segment in the movie.

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  6. Second Further bus is now owned by Ken Kesey's son. First bus rotted away on a farm in Oregon. Yes it's the bus in the picture. Google it.

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  7. No the shitheads that sold out the country wearing suits were and Are the worst.

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  8. Post the time stamp of the movie.

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  9. it was the best time of my life,no drugs not even pot,I was 18

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  10. It seems the official name was the Woodstock Music and Art Fair. Was there art on display?

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  11. Amen...too that! "THE MORE THINGS CHANGE THE MORE THEY STAY THE SAME..."- French proverb.

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  12. Yes, you'll see it in the 3rd last picture

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  13. If that's how you feel, go watch football or something. good grief.

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  14. That isn't just any "wildly painted school bus" pictured. That's Ken Kesey's famous bus "Furthur". According to Wikipedia, "In 1969, Further and the (Merry) Pranksters (minus Kesey) made it to the Woodstock rock festival."

    A fact apparently (and sadly) lost on the curator of the above collection.

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  15. Brilliant photos, although I'm surprised they were unseen until now. Maybe the negatives were hidden in a forgotten box somewhere.

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  16. The worst? Did mama tell you that?

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  17. All so cool -- now those remaining are old farts ridiculed by their kids and grandkids for being out of touch.

    Rock on, Scooby Doo.

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  18. Wonderful to look at.

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