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Confessions of a ‘60s Moonchild

By Kate Everson

Smashwords edition

Copyright 2011 Kate Everson

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Finding My Groove

In the late ‘60s I was one of those hippies walking through Yorkville in downtown Toronto, grooving on acoustic music at the Riverboat and the Mynah Bird. Gordon Lightfoot sang there. There were long-haired bell-bottomed kids everywhere and it was a great decade to be alive and to be young.

“Make love, not war.”

“If it feels good, do it.”


Flower power and a feel-good way of thinking was what we all lived by. At least we wanted to believe we did.

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