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Author Ken Kesey stands next to his original bus, called Furthur, at his farm near Pleasant Hill, Ore., April 7, 2000. Photo: Ap, SFC

Ken Kesey's Furthur bus on new trip - to restoration

Author Ken Kesey stands next to his original bus, called Furthur, at his farm near Pleasant Hill, Ore., April 7, 2000. Photo: Ap, SFC

Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters' bus

Ken Kesey’s Pranksters Take to the Big Screen

Ken Kesey and former student Jeff Forester in front of the bus "Further II." Ken Kesey bought another old school bus in the 1990s and, with other original Merry Pranksters, prepared the new incarnation of Further. Photo: Courtesy Of Jeff Forester

Ken Kesey's Furthur bus on new trip - to restoration

Ken Kesey and former student Jeff Forester in front of the bus "Further II." Ken Kesey bought another old school bus in the and, with other original Merry Pranksters, prepared the new incarnation of Further. Photo: Courtesy Of Jeff Forester

A photo of the Merry Pranksters bus. Photo: HANDOUT

Ken Kesey's Furthur bus on new trip - to restoration

Original Flower Child from the Ken Kesey Magic Bus, aka Stark Naked and Kathy Casano.

American author and 'Merry Prankster' Ken Kesey (1935 - 2001) poses, with unidentified others (one with a skateboard), in front of his bus, named 'Further,' and holds up his right hand in an 'I Love You' symbol, Berkeley, California, 1982. Photo: Chris Felver, Getty Images

Ken Kesey's Furthur bus on new trip - to restoration

American author and 'Merry Prankster' Ken Kesey (1935 - 2001) poses, with unidentified others (one with a skateboard), in front of his bus, named 'Further,' and holds up his right hand in an 'I Love You' symbol, Berkeley, California, 1982. Photo: Chris Felver, Getty Images

Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna

Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna

Original Flower Child from the Ken Kesey Magic Bus, aka Stark Naked and Kathy Casano.

Zane Kesey, left, pulls moss Dec. 7, 2005, in Pleasant Hill, Ore., from the 1939 International Harvester school bus his father, the late author Ken Kesey, rode across country in 1964 with the Merry Pranksters in a journey that became a defining event of the psychedelic era. Hollywood restaurant owner David Houston, right, convinced Kesey to tow the bus out of the swamp where it was stored so it can be restored. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard) Photo: Jeff Barnard, AP

Ken Kesey's Furthur bus on new trip - to restoration

Zane Kesey, left, pulls moss Dec. 7, 2005, in Pleasant Hill, Ore., from the 1939 International Harvester school bus his father, the late author Ken Kesey, rode across country in 1964 with the Merry Pranksters in a journey that became a defining event of the psychedelic era. Hollywood restaurant owner David Houston, right, convinced Kesey to tow the bus out of the swamp where it was stored so it can be restored. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard) Photo: Jeff Barnard, AP

“I’d rather be a lightning rod than a seismograph.” ~Ken Kesey

- Ken Kesey and the last reoccurring psychedelic mural, in the Camp Hobby Shop. Photo by Duke Downey Ken Kesey bought another old school bus in the and, with other original Merry Pranksters, prepared the new incarnation of Further.

San Francisco.

The corner of Haight and Ashbury, center of the San Francisco neighborhood in which the Grateful Dead shared a house at 710 Ashbury from fall 1966 to spring

Author Ken (One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest) Kesey & Rosemary (Timothy's wife, who organized his prison escape through urban terrorists, The Weathermen) Leary, 1970

Photo- Ken Kesey and Rosemary Leary ~ 1970 Reading the I-Ching at the Family Dog in San Francisco

The 1939 International Harvester bus that author Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters drove into psychedelic history in 1964 sits in the rain in this Dec. 7, 2005 file photo, on the Kesey family farm in Pleasant Hill, Ore. Photo: JEFF BARNARD, ASSOCIATED PRESS

Ken Kesey's Furthur bus on new trip - to restoration

The 1939 International Harvester bus that author Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters drove into psychedelic history in 1964 sits in the rain in this Dec. 2005 file photo, on the Kesey family farm in Pleasant Hill, Ore.

Moss adds a new dimension to the peeling layers of paint applied over the years to decorate the 1939 International harvester school bus dubbed "Furthur" that carried author Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters across the country in a 1964 psychedelic journey, Dec. 7, 2005, in Pleasant Hill, Ore. Photo: JEFF BARNARD, AP

Ken Kesey's Furthur bus on new trip - to restoration

Moss adds a new dimension to the peeling layers of paint applied over the years to decorate the 1939 International harvester school bus dubbed "Furthur" that carried author Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters across the country in a 1964 psychedelic journey, Dec. 7, 2005, in Pleasant Hill, Ore. Photo: JEFF BARNARD, AP

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