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In 1969, Howard Taylor, brother of actress Elizabeth, bailed out a rag-tag band of young Mainlanders jailed for vagrancy and invited them to live on his oceanfront land. Soon, waves of hippies, surfers, and Vietnam vets found their way to this clothing-optional, pot-friendly, tree house village at the end of the road on Kauai’s North Shore—the ultimate hippie fantasy!
Eight years later, after condemning Taylor Camp to make way for a State park, government officials torched the tree houses, leaving only ashes and memories of "the best days of our lives".
These photos tell the story of an idyllic community built by refugees from campus riots, police brutality, and the Vietnam War—a community that created order without rules, rejecting materialism for the healing power of nature.
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