Q – We won’t discuss our personals but let’s just say that my wife and I remember Woodstock for lots of reasons some of which can’t be discussed on a classy travel Q&A site. Our tie-dyes still fit, well my wife’s does anyway, and we want to try to relive the experience somewhere in the world, most likely Europe. If we have as good a time as we think we will, it may become an annual summer ritual, following the music and the carefree young. Our travel agent seemed lost when we asked the question and we sense this is one trip we ought to handle on our own. But where to go?
A – Woodstock is going to be hard to replicate, although some of the odors will be the same, and we agree, Europe is where you want to be heading. Specifically, we recommend you find a big and tall shop that will sell you a tie-dye and get yourself to the Isle of Wright Festival. It is held during the second week in June on an island that is just off the coast of England’s Hampshire. Use a reliable British online ticket broker and set up your transportation in advance. We agree, don;t burden a travel agent with this. The fun is in the planning. We figure you are approaching 7o so we hope you will get back to us with an update.
Do be careful about the mud that develops whenever it rains during the festival. Best to leave your jewelry at home and bring ear plugs. Seriously.