Three Days of Peace and Music
And then it all seemed to get into gear—miraculously, given the circumstances of the venture. "I think you people have proven something to the world," Max Yasgur told the crowd, "that half a million people can get together and have three days of fun and music, and have nothing but fun and music ..."
Well, almost ...
Max Yasgur’s Mud hole
Max Yasgur once had a beautiful hillside of blowing grass. This changed rapidly during the festival's first night. A heavy rain turned the once romantic site into a mud hole.
A sea of mud full of belongings that had been left behind - parts of tents, blankets, soggy sleeping bags, paper and garbage EVERYWHERE!
Even though some people had fun in the mud, it should not be forgotten or neglected that there was...
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