Cars, Girls & High School - Life in The 60s Rob Lynwood

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Cars, Girls & High School - Life in The 60s  by  Rob Lynwood

Cars, Girls & High School - Life in The 60s by Rob Lynwood
| Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 37 pages | ISBN: | 4.42 Mb

Notice:Comments on Kindle forums, indicate there is a growing problem with people leaving comments about ebooks that they have not purchased.Look for a Kindle Label with the text, “Amazon Verified Purchase,” beside a person’s comments. This willMoreNotice:Comments on Kindle forums, indicate there is a growing problem with people leaving comments about ebooks that they have not purchased.Look for a Kindle Label with the text, “Amazon Verified Purchase,” beside a person’s comments.

This will indicate the person posting the comment actually purchased the book. If you spot comments with no Amazon Verified Purchase beside the name, please report this abuse to Kindle or Amazon.This e-book was about my life as a teenager in the 1960s. My name is Rob Lynwood, and I was twelve years old in 1960. Today I am 63, and as I look back to that golden era of the 60s, life was pretty dam good. I was born into a middle-class family, along with my two sisters and one brother. My family lived in a Canadian city called Sudbury, which is located in northeastern Ontario, Canada.The decade of the 60s began when I was a senior in grade school.

Come with me, as I relive some of the shaping events that would build a solid foundation for my life. Events such as coming to the rescue of a twelve year of girl in distress, my first love, the car that defined who I was, and the family dog, who bonded affectionately with the girl I would one day marry.The 60s started out as a decade of innocence, which was a natural continuation of the 50s. By 1962, change was in the air, and teenagers were coming of age.

The innocent years were gone, and by 1967 the full wrath of discontent and rebellion was blowing across the landscape.The golden age of rock and roll was over. Many historians have said that in all recorded human history, the 1960s was the best time to have been a teenager. That theory may or may not be true. As an aging baby-boomer, I have seen a decade by decade decline, in the values of most teenagers, and what they hold dear.



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