Sunday, August 16, 2009

Flower Power



Remembering Woodstock, 1969
Not my photo, but I saw this bus in
the museum for Woodstock ( and more from the 60's )
at Bethalwoods, NY, on the old Max Yasgar's farm.
They cut the side of the bus open and made it into a little movie theater
for a movie short....very cool!

3 comments:

L. D. Burgus said...

Living those days were so difficult. I was 18 and expecting to get drafted into the Viet Nam war. g music turned sad, melancholy,druggie or rebellious. Society was making a big change and a junk school bus became art.

Vivian said...

Oh yes, LD, I remember the draft....that was scary. I was only 13 back then and wore a POW bracelet.
And yes, alot of the band's music back then was about the war.
Still, that concert was a great time for most that were there...

thank you for stopping by and commenting...yo made my day!

ShEiLa said...

I luv this bus photo.

My Uncle Paul went to Viet Nam. So many guys that went were never the same again. I hate war.

ToOdLeS.