Went over to the Bethel Woods museum as part of a drive to see some of the Fall Foliage.

Through December 31st, they have a Special Exhibit on the photos of LIFE Magazine photographer Grey Villet that is worth seeing.  Apparently there is also a book of his photos that might be published. Villet photographed Batista and Castro, Martin Luther King, and more.

Their general exhibit on the history of Woodstock was also worth seeing. Woodstock began as a financial enterprise…..a music festival that had so many attendees show up that the organizers quickly realized they couldn’t possibly take tickets and made the concert free. Tickets cost $18 in advance and 186,000 tickets were sold, but more than double that amount actually showed up. It must have been an amazing sight.