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January 09, 2012

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Alicia

Another great adventure for we the readers!

Alicia

OMG,the site for Sandy...something in my eye.

James Thomas

Love your site avid follower!!! You or one brave women!!

Leah

Goulet!

Dev

Oh My god! I have always wanted to go there! I was born a year after it closed. :(

I found it when it still has the indoor pool building, and skating rink. I really wish I could've seen it in its glory day.

cath

there is a great place here in dunedin nz but it is a long way and unfortunately it has just been bought. it is an old returned servicemen retirement home i have some photos somewhere it is definitely haunted i think! lol

Stanley Feigenbaum

Colleen - for you, not for posting.
I am the Stanley you mentioned in the Pines piece. I thank you for your nice comment on my Sandy's website. How did you happen to wander across it?

cokane

Thanks all. Stanley, I found your lovely website by Google searching The Pines resort. It was so touching to see someone's personal memory of the place.

Adam

I remember when I used to work there in the 80's and ran the Ice rink as well as being a part time camp counselor.. Omg the stories I can tell of what went on behind the scenes and in the staff quarters.. I miss those days,,,,

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