This is a whirlwind journey through the tumultuous 1960s—hippies and yippies, sex, drugs, rock and roll, peace, love, war, harmony, and rage. This is a look back at that period of time, how the events of those days changed the world and changed the people who lived through it, and how those changes continue to affect the world even today.
This is the life story of the Reverend Billy Williams, who experienced all of it, from Woodstock to Vietnam. He was there for the protests and the parties from coast to coast. He was an active participant in the events of those days and a keen observer of the action who recorded those events in his daily journal. He experienced the good and the bad, and he tells it like it was.
The 1960s was a unique time in history; it could be compared to an earlier renaissance, where the ideas and actions of a generation had a profound effect on the human experience. This is the history and the philosophy of those days, all wrapped up in a rousingly good tale that is Billy’s and his fellow hippie friends’ true life experiences.
Those were the days, and here they are to be lived again.