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About to get trippy

As mentioned in my last post, the focus of woofreakinhoo will be shifting over the next while.

Those who have visited the blog (or had coffee with me) know that I worked on a book that had a certain quirky history behind it - that being the history of the drug LSD. Stay tuned to this blog for more info about that book - but first let me tell about the shift.

Over the years, I've researched and read a lot about LSD. Um... why? Well, it turns out that my hometown in Saskatchewan was the first test-site of using LSD for therapeutic purposes. I sort of knew some of this story growing up, or had heard hints of it. But it was only about 5 or 6 years ago that I really started researching the history. Continually, all roads led to Weyburn.

But I digress, or maybe get ahead of myself.

What I plan to do over the next few months is gather some stories, videos, (songs and ditties?), that I came across in my research.

First up is the original Captain Tripps... in the next post.

Welcome to the new dreamy woofreakinhoo

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