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As we returned to the house, their was a big sigh of relief from the neighbors, when Beau Beau jumped out of the car. I also remember trying to get the ring as you went around the carousel.

At the beach club, I was taken out by the undertow, and saved by a young couple on the beach. When I was little it was really scary as I had to lean so far over to reach the wooden arm that dispensed the rings.

" and if the answer was "yes" I knew that I was not really going to be ill. We live in a different state now but he knows all about my memories of Massapequa Park...

I didn't appreciate them, of course, when I was growing up but, now that I am a Medicare card-carrying senior, my childhood and my early memories are so sweet.

My favorite dish in the restaurant was the baked ziti. When we got too big to go there anymore then they took us to Adventureland. For several years, when I would start getting a cold, or feeling sick, I would test myself to see how ill I was.

I would think, "Could I eat Musicaro's spaghetti right now?

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I catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. We all love it but now are visits are usually twice a year since we don’t live close by. I remember Miss Dowling 3rd grade I believe and a Mrs. Early sixties, was there when Kennedy was shot and we were sent home early but no one was allowed to play outside that day. I lived on Cleveland Ave., I remember guys and girls named Kerry, Tommy Slater, Dean , Ricky, Peggy, my old friend Tommy Reade, Eric Likefoot, Used to walk to school RJL and a crow named potato chips used try and steal our lunches. I remember my first and only time ice skating there - at age 4, I fell far too often - I assume at a lake in Massapequa? It was on the same side of the street as the high school, and in colder weather we could get a hot cup of coffee and a bagel before the teachers called us all back in. Proud to have graduated MHS, although all the schools in Regional 23 enjoyed very fine reputations. (Does anyone remember the sign Siss's sandwich shoppe--"good food"). Adventurers Inn was also on 110 in Melville, not too far from the 110 drive inn. Mrs Walsh, Mrs Seabold, Mrs Algiers, Mrs Learned, Mrs Marcus, and Miss. Not quite sure of the correct spellings or who was really Mrs. I went on to become a 6th grade teacher in Putnam county and retired in 2004 after 32 years. Surfing more than girls, actually because that was a little intimidating for me at the time.

I attended Summer Rec at Fairfield that summer and remember crying because I missed too many days and they wouldn't let me be in the production. When we were very small and my parents would go out on a Sat. In high school and after we would go and eat there and get the bar pie.... Yes the others are good as well but I don't think I have ever had any as good as Musicaros. Personally I recall being in a cafe in North Carolina and seeing All American burger and fries bags framed on the wall.