Has written two books:
The Hog Farm and Friends (1974) and Something Good For A Change: Random Notes On Peace Thru Living (1992).
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(At the original Woodstock festival, 3rd day): "Good morning! What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for four hundred thousand."
In 1965, he and his then-wife, Bonnie Jean, co-founded the Hog Farm commune (he refers to it as "hippie Hyannisport"), just outside Berkeley, California. The commune quickly proved to be fertile ground for various forms of performing arts, and it was as a member of the "Hog Farm and Friends" performing troupe that he found himself pitching in to feed the masses at the original Woodstock.