Lisa's traveling doll has made it from California to Ohio to England and finally here to me. That's a lot of miles on the beat up old' VW bus. She's having a great time touring a hip young Yorkville and Rochdale College.
Opened in 1968, Rochdale College was an experiment in alternative student-run education and co-operative living in Toronto, Canada. Also known as the Rochdale Project, it was associated with Innis College, University of Toronto.
Flowers and free love. Antiwar marches and acid tests. In the mid to late 1960s, youth across North America and Europe began to "turn on, tune in and drop out." Fed up with the establishment — parents, schools, police — they went looking for a new way of life. To Toronto's Yorkville and Vancouver's Kitsilano district they came, preaching peace, love and non-conformity.
I'll add more of her tale in her journal!