Hello, Amy. It looks like you're into the free spirit of the time in 1960-something.
Just when I had a nice couple agree to take you in.
They said you looked like such a nice, innocent girl in your picture. *subtle cough*
Except, they did specify that they didn't want a "hippie" type living with them in their suburban bungalow community.
Incidentally, this is where the majority of hippies are coming from in the 1960s - the white middle class.
So, it seems you currently have no place to live at the moment ... except inside a VW bus.
At least let me help you out by giving you some information regarding the hippie culture you've obviously embraced.
Members of the counterculture referred to as hippies in the mid-1960s have begun a youth movement in the United States ...
... and it's spreading around the world at this time. Social norms, driven by youth, are changing.
A movement is forming.
Passive and peaceful resistance is being used to protest against the Vietnam War.
The Haight Ashbury district in San Francisco is becoming a central area for hippies to gather.
Marijuana and the hallucinogen LSD are used, hoping to expand one's mind and stream of consciousness.
Music is reflecting the idealism of the hippie movement for a better future ...
Protest songs like "We Shall Overcome" by Joan Baez and "The Times They are A Changin'" by Bob Dylan are being performed in front of large crowds, gathered in or out of doors.
What's that, Amy?
That reminds you that you have to tell me something?
You're on your way to Woodstock? You think there's going to be a small gathering of hippies there?
Nope. Not even close.