AN ESSAY IN ATTITUDES
Excellent scene.Spent lots of days and evenings cruising up and down the coast.
That's the Bixby Bridge in Big Sur
I spent the night camped out on that beach with some girl hitch hikers we picked up on a vagabond tour that I took with friends from Corona Del Mar to see the hippies in San Francisco in 1969. They weren't all that different up there from the hundreds of folks that you could find right down the road in Laguna Beach hanging around at the Mystic Arts bookstore-cum-head shop every evening. The whole block was an outdoor drug bazaar with people hawking acid and grass right on the sidewalk. Laguna was considered an "artist" colony back then. It was certainly filled with rich 30 or 40 something divorcees of loose morals. In other words, right up my alley (Where have you gone Mrs. Robinson?)
Been there during my stint at the Defense Language Institute at Monterey. Beeyooteeful.
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