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Just stay away from the west side of town: Yes, Lothlorien is the name of the place and is just south of Bloomington a ways. Lothlorien is the beautiful location of many festivals throughout the year, and they have an open season during which space can be reserved for celebrations. Our Rainbow Family has potlucks every other Sunday campouts every month or so. As much as marijuana seems to be a symbol of hippydom, i would have to say that Lawrence grows some of the finer buds in the states, of course next to Oregon and Boulder.
The best parts of Bardstown Road stretch for about 3 miles. It's lined with eclectic shops, head and hemp and beads and vintage clothing It's a great place to just take a walk. It really does look like it's straight out of There are great coffee shops with outdoor cafes, "gently used" book stores, instrument and record shops, head shops, vintage clothing stores, specialty stores and everything in between. It's absolutely the best place in Louisville to visit!!!
Cherokee Park is home to many drummers and smokers. This city also has a solid gay community, and a well-known affinity for birthing original bands--there are very many opportunities for budding musicians to meet like-minded folks Also many poets and artists claim Louisville for their home. Ever hear of Hempstock? That's in the town right next to us.
Then Harvestfest isn't too far away either. More than 30 bands will play through-out the weekend of August 14th There were no reported arrests last year!!!! And everyone is Hippie like up there in Maine anyway Or if it has, the resemblance has gotten even closer. Since there's a major African American presence it has a somewhat Rastafarian ambiance. Possibly the cheapest place you can live between the mountains and the Chesapeake, if you're a hippie.
Competitors, we're more modest than that, please challenge us to greatness. DC is famous for being the most politically liberal big city, but then it's also famous for being the nexus of the Counter-Counter-Culture it's actually hip to be drug free here, though you can do just about anything in public and still get elected to high office , so you may be wondering, where do hippies fit in?
As it happens, Takoma Park is not the sad, commercialized, isolated enclave of hipness that you find in most big cities. It is at the geographic heart of a wreath of easygoing, progressive, really racially integrated, communities. White-bread hipsters with racial jones beware. Hippiedom here is not about commercial lifestyle.
It's part of the culture. Nobody moves here for the shopping or arts, but very large percentages of the populations are vegetarians, recyclers, renters, non-car owners, members of the two co-ops. We cheer on the annual Reel mower Brigade in their efforts to ban gas lawnmowers.
To benefit our large illegal alien population, who can vote, we have a tradition of hiring police chiefs committed to not cooperating with the IMF.
Bizarrely, we're also a mecca for evangelicals and libertarians who share a similar political zeal and fondness for natural food - one of the organic co-ops is the world's largest Christian book store, and the other is staffed by ex-Maoists.
There aren't many tensions in the community, though. Our favorite mayor was a ninety yr. Anyhow, we used to have two wild roosters, but one got run over. You can hear the other one crowing behind the boarding houses downtown, between the House of Musical Traditions and the Metaphysical Chapel, on the spring solstice when the Foggy Bottom Morris Men gather to dance the sun up.
We've already got too many yuppies, most of whom were still hippies before they moved here and got a job teaching at the Jane Goodall Institute or Nuclear Environmental Research group or something similar in town, so I guess they're okay. Amherst boasts a huge student population -- from Amherst College, Hampshire College, and UMass-- and is less than 10 minutes from Northampton, another hippy haven.
Great concerts and shows, wonderful cheap restaurants, and an extremely liberal community. Tolerant largely gay community welcomes "alternative people". Lots of hippie shops and restaurants too!! In Newburyport there are a lot of cool little coffee houses located on an old waterfront. Many places to toke up and everything is always readily available. Ann Arbor is a great place. Saugatuck is the epicenter of many western Michigan coastal communities offering a very laid-back chilled atmosphere, and amongst the population you will find an immense multitude of artists and a majority of open-minded people.
The downtown is very eclectic, with many far-out shops, including the popular Shakedown Street, offering a variety of Grateful Dead and hippy-related merchandise.
Coffee shops are also quite abundant here. There's also a lot of very cool natural attractions, such as Mt. Baldhead and Oval Beach. The entire scene here reeks of peace. I must say that this town is the ultimate chill-spot. Louis, Missouri - "There is a substantial hippie community that exists on St. There is also another older, but growing hippie enclave in a close-in suburb of St. Known as the University City Loop along 10 blocks of Delmar Boulevard, the area is hopping with hippie-run shops and vendor stands.
Westport's a very cool place. It has head shops, VW buses, and lots of drugs. Its population is small so everything is laid back. It's very similar to Eugene Oregon, but without the rain. There are a lot of hippy stores and vegetarian restaurants. The town lies over a pretty river and is next to a large mountain so many people hike, bike, hunt shrooms and river raft.
Missoula is also the home of Plunker, one of the founders of the Rainbow Nation. They'll introduce you to a real rave, which everyone should experience. Omaha also has the oldmarket which is downtown and a fun place to hang out day and night with a park to the east, the Big Slides extreme amounts of child-like fun on the north, the abandoned warehouses are also right near where the parties rage at night.
Lots of grassroots organizations are sprouting up. Definitely worth checking out if you're traveling through to Boulder or somewhere.
There are a few communes right outside of town Lots of freaks around and so much to learn from each other A bit touristy, but not yet too corrupt with society. They have loads of herbal stores in the city with "classes" on locating and identifying local herbs. Their co-op bulletin board is loaded with new age info.
They have drum circles and a number of communes within 25 miles of the city, some better than others. Don't forget to ask about the hot springs. It has natural beauty and is crawling with old and new hippies. It's home to many communes, head shops, natural groceries, drum circles, and kind bud. Ithaca has a sizeable college population. The young feeling is a refreshing change from upstate NY's older crowd. I know this because I am a long hair dreded hippy that lives near by both of these locations.
The good thing about New Paltz is that it isn't nearly as hyped up as Woodstock. This provides for a nice relaxing atmosphere. We have protested so many times and when we used to be the Lumber Capital of the world, we made them stop cutting the trees down, and we saved a lot of trees. Nice nuggets, a lively and experimental music scene, and the overall friendly atmosphere make this town a must for nomadic freaky friends!
I'll see you when I roll through town. One of Dayton's biggest hippie hangouts. High Street Ohio State University Largest University in the US, 70, students dozens of head shops, 's of specialty stores including 50 record and tape stores tons of used dozens of hemp clothing stores. Waynesville, Ohio - "Near Fairborn. Hippies everywhere you look and lots of stuff about medieval times It's a great place to meet people and everyone shares everything.
Oregon is the only state where hippies enjoy a majority at the voting booths come election time. There's a saying going around "Hippies don't die. They just move to Oregon. Oregon is a true hippy Haven. Corvallis, Oregon - Corvallis, Oregon has a lot of hippies. The waterfront is a wonderful place to sit and enjoy if you are a hippy. Home to the University of Oregon, many cooperatives, communes galore, a real cool Saturday Market, and eco-consciousness.
Portland, Oregon - is a wonderful place that is very tolerant of hippie-types. Plenty of great people, and home to some great places, such as the nationally famous Saturday Market, a great place to meet people and just chill on the waterfront. It's on a river and there's a smaller one within it.
Many, many shops a lot of artwork, nice places to eat Places you can eat lunch outside by the river and exotic flavor ice creams.
Check out their web page for more info. Unless you're at the high school, nobody is a hassler. It's good as far as South Carolina goes, I'd say haul your asses down here for a little peace on the beach. I grew up on the east side with tons of hippies. Our parents were the original flower children and for the most part raised us in true hippie fashion.
There isn't a lot for teenagers to do in Spartanburg, but we make do. One of our favorite places to hang out is Pill Hill, a park near the high school. Anyway Spartanburg is a nice city, kind of boring, but definitely full of hippies. Check out their website for more info! For a good history of The Farm see the Vegetarian Times story http: People should check it out. My older brother lives there, and works as a chef. Almost every night we get 2 or 3 bucks from each of his roommates, head up to Central Market and get tons of fresh fruit, vegetables, etc.
It feeds everyone and also provides for a great way to get together at night in the backyard and just hang out. Barton Creek Park is another great hangout - it's a linear park that follows Barton Creek - along the cliff walls there are several caves for exploring Everyone in Austin just seems so mellow and content, i wish i could live there - but for now I'll just be happy with visiting Check out Moab sometime, you'll find plenty of hippies there!
And a lot of other drugs. What else is there to do up here? There's varieties of people including hippies, mostly new hippies. There's also a restaurant type place off Church Street called Necters, which is where all the bands eat when they come to play down the street at Club Toast. Necters serves the most addicting gravy fries you will ever eat. Bands such as Phish, Belizbeha, and tons of others eat there. There's also really cool places to shop, and there's a green which is the hippies grassy knoll.
I believe there must be upwards of 10 intentional communities up on the beautiful plateau where Floyd County is situated and the numbers are ever growing. The nice thing, too, is that the population is fairly consistent, that is to say that it's not really too transient.
People go there and they tend to stay. It's amazingly beautiful, and I'm so glad that it's just right outside my back door. It's an old hippy commune where many hippies still go. It's a campsite so if you're looking for vacation, it's definitely the place. There's also a really good bead shop, comic shops, bike shops, and bunches of restaurants.
People from Wisconsin tend to be slightly dingy, and Madison is considered to be the craziest town in the state it's also the state capital - but it's the right kind of crazy, in my opinion. The only drawback is that it gets a little cold there in winter. Everyone was so kind to everyone. Lots of free flowing clothes and flowers.
You're always near a beach for a picnic, or just lounging. My guitar was quite welcome there. Tofino is not particularly friendly since the locals are inundated with the mass influx of tourists every year, so they have become somewhat immune to outsiders. We are up there along with the freaks and jocks, geeks and the boring ones. Hippies are the best, with our butterfly shirts and bell-bottoms, we have our own twists to the 60's fashions.
I have jokingly referred to Kitchener for years as the Berkley of Canada. For some strange reason this little city is a drawing card for hippies. But don't show up expecting chaos and revolution in the air, because for the ten years I've lived here, most of what I've seen is behind the scenes, although the older hippie and deadhead community here threw some of the biggest bashes going.
Canada - "particularly Gabriola, Hornby and Cortes. Hornby Island does in fact have hippies. However, the island has become overcrowded and increasingly slick and commercial. Not so "groovy" now.
Cortes Island, which is rather remote and is a pleasant looking place, was inundated by marine radiation dumps from government ships about 30 years ago before pollution regulations were enforced. Many people on this island have developed cancer as a result of this, including the majority of the local police department who regularly patrol the area.
Under no conditions, would I ever choose to live there, as a hippy. Hippies and free spirits alike come from all over to enjoy this wonderful enlightening experience of live music, new age work-shops, dancing and of course the artisan market.
Situated beside the Lesser Slave Lake, there are many great places to camp on and off the fair site. It's like taking a step back in time, if only for one memorable weekend a year, to see beautiful people join together and celebrate the longest day of the year. This year is the 20th celebration of the North Country Fair and it will surely be a huge gathering of the free.
Many old and younger hippies live out in the country here. There's also been a few sizeable communes, one of them mysteriously gone leaving all their stuff behind. If you're looking for cheap drugs you've come to the right place. Rent is super cheap, but jobs may not be available. This is a city with a lot of Spirit. It's a place where freedom and individuality are cherished. Where hundreds of drummers and dancers meet on the mountain to celebrate regularly.
Where you can always find a good veggie meal, and share a spliff on the street with a friend. Many Rainbow Family folks here too. Maruata, Mexico - "On the coast of Michoacan, Maruata has been a mecca for some time now. The big Parties are Christmas and Easter. No hotels, only camping. Lots of drums and other music. The locals are Nahuatl Indians, and extremely friendly. Best beach on the West Coast of Mexico.
Good herb for around five dollars an ounce, plus the occasional peyote surprise. Please bring sheets of blotter acid, there's always a terrible shortage. Things are a bit weird since the gathering of ''96 but there's always room for a few more freaks. Grass can be ordered and delivered from ones hammock. Food is great too.
Strong waves - watch it! There are many kind nature spirits there. Hey, every time someone greets you they say "Pura Vida" pure life. Just that line shows you that the country is totally at peace. Pura Vida pure life is not only the universal greeting, but it's a great substitute for "cool". My bus driver Rodrigo used it that way. The people are very hip here. Mayans are very cool people, but check with the State Department for warnings, as occasionally there is political violence in certain areas.
Tikal, Guatemala - A very important hippy ancient Maya site. Stay on the island when in Flores. The town is a bit rough. Tikal is beautiful, make sure you go out into the jungles where you can see so many monkeys! The grass is top quality there too. But sometimes climbing those pyramids can be a bit of a scary experience, especially when remembering that they were built extra steep just so when you were thrown down the steps you weren't going to stop till you hit the bottom!
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