We have a “smoking” hippie culture here. The music seen is about to explode with a phenonmenal acoustic player Adam Jason, a good friend and touring partner of Edwin Mc Cain’s. Also there is Soulpatch, a ” psychedelic hippie-funk rock-n-roll… Continue reading
There is a hippy type community….no phone lines there. it is an oasis in the dessert….many trees….you would be surprised at this place…i live there and it is awesome…..we ask that we are contacted prior to someone showing up….$2 a… Continue reading
“After spending the past few summers in the wonderful state of Alaska, I must let you know that the entire state is a great place to be. All summer long there are bluegrass shows, festivals and trips to be taken.… Continue reading
“This is the best place to go if you’re a hippie.. well, besides the Haight-Ashbury. It’s located in Humboldt County, which is pretty well-known for it’s marijuana growing. The community is great, there are always festivals going on about the… Continue reading
According to a contributor Delta Junction, Alaska is the “highest per capita weed smokin’ community – about 85% of the town here does!”
If there is anywhere in California where hippies hang out, it is definitely in Berkeley. This is where a lot (if not most) of the hippy movement began. It is famous for it’s protests in the 60’s and 70’s and… Continue reading
Located on the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula it’s FULL of people living as they wish. Some in schoolbuses, some in cabins, many w/o running water, electricity or with all the amenities, but the hearts are full. There are… Continue reading
“I Personally Don’t Think You Emphasized how Many Hippies And How Much Ganja There really Is Out in Humboldt, Humboldt Is Like One Of The Main Places. We are the center of the “emerald triangle”… need I say more?”
Here grows the wonderful Matanuska Thunder Fuck, people all over the country who have tried Alaskan weed beg for more of this! Many laid back hippies moved to Alaska because marijuana was legal until 1990.
It’s not only one of the most beautiful places in the country, but everyone here is laid back, down to earth and totally into nature. How could you not be when you’re living in a paradise like this?