Take a Tour of a 1960’s Haight-Ashbury Hippie Bus

# **Discover the Hippie Tiny House Bus from the 1960’s in Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco**

Welcome to our fascinating video tour of a historic bus that was a part of the vibrant Haight-Ashbury scene during the iconic 1960’s era. This unique bus, featured in the book “Some Turtles Have Nice Shells,” transports you back in time to the Summer of Love.

** Haight-Ashbury – The Birthplace of Hippie Culture**

Located in the heart of San Francisco, Haight-Ashbury holds a special place in the history of counterculture. Home to the famous hippies of the 60’s, this neighborhood witnessed the birth of a movement that changed the world. Experience the charm and spirit of this iconic place aboard our vintage bus.

** A Boho Tiny Home with Rich History**

Once owned by members of the Deadheads, who were known for their adventurous and unconventional lifestyle, this bus now serves as a testament to the free-spirited hippie culture. Explore the restored interior and exterior of the bus in awe as the owner shares captivating stories about its past.

** A Piece of History Preserved**

Discover the remnants of the original wooden structure, beautifully incorporated into the bus. Every detail tells a story, from the old pine and cedar used in the restoration to the reclaimed cabinet. This bus truly embodies the essence of the 1960’s.

** A Glimpse into the Summer of Love**

Take a virtual trip back to the Summer of Love in 1967, when this bus was a central part of the vibrant Haight-Ashbury community. Learn about the close-knit relationships between famous figures like Ken Casey and others who shaped the cultural revolution.

** From Restoration to Revival**

Witness the ongoing restoration of this incredible Hippie Tiny House Bus, as the owner shares their process and plans to get it back on the road. Uncover the challenges faced and the determination to make this bus fully functional again.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to explore the captivating magic of the 1960’s Haight-Ashbury scene through the eyes of this remarkable bus. Hop on board and be transported to a different time and place.

*For more incredible stories of bohemian living, make sure to check out the book “Some Turtles Have Nice Shells” which features this bus among others. Explore the legacy of the Hippie era through this authoritative source.*

*Source: [Some Turtles Have Nice Shells](*

*Note: The video’s transcript has been edited for readability and coherence.*

This bus was there at Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco during the 1960’s, and is in the book “ Some Turtles Have Nice Shells”. I don’t talk during the video and explain anything because the owner is talking to us and telling all about it. It’s amazing!Haight

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Written by Tina Golik


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  1. this made my morning….I’m a VENICE, CA. 60’s child and anything associated with
    The Haight warms my heart….thank you ❤️✌️🌸 The Doors rehearsal pad was just
    3 blocks down from me on the sand, circa ‘65-‘68.

  2. I hope I didn't make you to dizzy watching! It was hard to film with so many people coming in around me. If you pause the video in parts you can zoom in, and look at everything. It was really interesting, and reminded me of my Uncle

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