No tie-dye, no lame rhetoric and spiritual pretense.

Just a bunch of folks who dropped out, or are dropping out to live in cars, trucks, vans, school busses and old RVs.  Occasionally meeting up with one another in small groups, occasionally joining up with larger groups. 


Genuine nomads living the life without attempting to be something they aren't, without pretending to revive a phenomenon that existed briefly between 1965 and 1969, then evolved into nothingness beyond lofty rhetoric.


Rainbow is still out there, it just doesn't call itself that anymore.



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I agree Jules. The true spirit of rainbow is LIVING it, not just talking a good game. Calling ourselves rainbow is not important, what is , is being it.

If we are nomadic, or stationary, or some combination, it is about being that light, sharing, supporting each other and showing that that pipe dream of the 60's was not just a short lived fantasy, but more of a starting point.


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