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Back to the Garden
For Woodstock Vets, The 40-Year Reprise
By Keith B. Richburg – Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, August 15, 2009

BETHEL, N.Y., Aug. 14 Forty years ago, they came here to a stretch of farmland in the middle of nowhere, to tune in and turn on. Nearly a half-million people gathered for four days of music and mud, camaraderie and chemicals, at the festival known as Woodstock, which came to define the generation.

And this weekend some have come back, old Woodstockers like Teach and Groovy and Debby, to try to relive the experience through the retelling.

This groovy article continues here at the WASHINGTON POST.

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