Millions. It seemed like it anyway, the number of people that were lining California's streets in the 60s and 70s. "Making it" or trying to... Rebelling, singing, pan-handling, and trying to fit in. Half-clothed, non-clothed boys and girls (we couldn't call ourselves men and women, we were only 15 and 16 most of us). We were in a revolution. Haight/Ashbury was the center of it all, at least for us. The LSD had its hold on some of us, others were fine just being thousands of miles away from where they grew up, just to feel "free." San Francisco changed me; I went from one of millions, to a free-thinking, yet daydreaming individual. Sure, I have my stories, we all do. Stories about 'Nam, and drugs, love, sex, hitching to California. Some, are best kept secret...

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NYgirlLovesCA (joined almost 14 years ago)
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I'm 34 and live in NY.

and these are my stories...(insert Law & Order sound here)...

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