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Recalls the years the author spent in the Huerfano (Orphan) Valley when it was a petrie dish of countercultural experiments. Documenting her story with photos as well as words, this work describes her participation in the antiwar movement, and her encounters with such icons as Ken Kesey, Gary Snyder, Stewart Brand, and Baba Ram Dass.We spell each other driving through warm nights and hot days, tuning in to powerful, faraway radio stations, as long as we can put up with the windshield wipers sweeping. Because of a wiring problem, the Chryslera#39;s radio works only if theanbsp;...

Author:Roberta Price
Publisher:Univ of Massachusetts Press - 2006


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