Route 66: Free living and liberty at a rural commune

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Route 66: Free living and liberty at a rural commune 4.5
What happened to the communes of the 60s and 70s? East Wind has adapted with the times to survive and prosper in the modern world. #route66 #america #highway







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It seems to be working if the have done it so well for 40 years. Best wishes.

Author — Kevin in Paradise

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The uneducated, close minded haters in these comments are the reason these communities exist

Author — theChartist

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I like how everyone shares the responsibilities as well as the benefits.

Author — ZombieMommy

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If we all choose to live like this
We will change the world 🌎 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👍🏼❤️

Author — Gonzalo Gomez

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I love that they’re successful at this for so long, I always thought this would be a great way to live.

Author — Cyndi Foore

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Not one person staring at a cell phone. Obesity seems to have missed them, must be doing something right!

Author — Pam Hunsinger

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This is practicing capitalism... in a group with democraticly elected "managers".. the difference is it's small enough to not to be corrupt.

Author — Fuzzy Was

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I was born in a Commune in the 60's in California ....Best times and memories of my life...PEACE AND LOVE

Author — Roland Specht

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I grew up in the Ozarks in the 50's & 60's in the small town of Waynesville, Missouri.
I had total freedom and lived like Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.

High five from a hippie/roadie in central Europe

Author — Sandy Sandifer

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Works for me! Having spent many years on a farm, I now feel like a fish out of water flopping about aimlessly for air! I cannot stand urban living on the grid! I sense a cool change coming on!

Author — Kel Collins

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i lived there for 4 yrs it was awesome

Author — jeff lynch

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I'm completely stoned.. I'm hippy and I'm trippy... and a gypsy on my own.. I'll go to Frisco, catch the crabs... then take the bus back home.. Frank Zappa

Author — Mike Btrfld

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Why do all these wonderful and interesting video's have to use the loud music

Author — Marie Newell

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This is so amazing! I've always wondered if people were "real." If there was a place that really existed where everyone cared about one another and worked together in a harmonic way of life. This is so incredible it's like a dream...I always wondered if this way of life had long since been forgotten by the self-serving "rat-race" of capitalism pretentiously posing as a "community." How do I contact these wonderful people to enquire about possubly being accepted in this real life community?

Author — Jim Lane

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I'm for it as long as they don't hand out Kool-Aid.

Author — Rainbow Rover

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What a beautiful film! I love all of you. Thank you for sharing your sweet life.

Author — Starcrow Astrology

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What is the laws in starting a commune ?
Not a 'cult' but a nice happy commune of peoples all living together building up their own village just like in the old pioneer days...

Author — SeaJay Oceans

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Maybe it's because I am cynical as hell but I always assume there is something sinister lurking just under the surface of these too good to be true communities.

Author — Scott Devereux

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The bottom line is this they're not totally free they still part of the capitalist system whether they like it or not...

Author — ska punk OI! alternative living

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They must have had an initial investment to purchase land, building materials. etc. And they have health care and insurance, which means they haven't rejected the system . So I wouldn't call this a social revolution. Good for them though. They should write a book on the history of the community.

Author — Mrs Chester