Woodstock survivors and hipster havens – off the beaten track in America

Woodstock survivors and hipster havens – off the beaten track in America
 

When she was about 11 years old, Stacy Cohen sat outside her family home and watched in wonder as a line of dishevelled teenagers and musicians shambled passed.
Young Stacy stood up to get a better look, smiling and waving at the strange procession. Some would wander over to her: “We love you little girl, you’re amazing.”
“I remember hearing my mother screaming: Get back inside the house, now!” she said.
Nearly 50 years on, Stacy is reminiscing on a day which clearly left an impression.
The 1969 Woodstock festival took place just yards from her home, on a nearby dairy farm in the Catskills... read more

 
20 January 2018 in Lifestyle, Views: 45
Source: The Courier
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