My brother, daughter and I went to Waldameer Park in Erie, PA to visit the last operating Bill Tracy Wacky Shack. It still has most of its classic Bill Tracy stunts, although the stunts were mostly different than the Wildwood Wacky Shack. They also have a Bill Tracy funhouse called "Pirate's Cove"
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Came across this video recently. Very cool to see. I certainly remember a lot of Irish when I was kid in the 90's. I find it funny how one business owner claims that kids are lazy and blames the "MTV generation" . Well, the MTV Generation is now grown up, and....saying young kids are lazy lol.
My Dad loved to take photos. I believe this photo of the Salt and Pepper Shaker (Rolo Plane) is was from the late 1940's or early 1950's. Front of Marine Pier looking towards the Playland Carousel building. That Rolo Plane graced the pier until the late 1960's.
I guess it's old enough to be nostalgia now, but I wrote, recorded, and performed a jingle that appeared on 98.7 FM, The Coast. It broadcast during 2007 and 2008. The Jingle was for Robinson's Market in Lower Township. These are the lyrics: "They come from Stone Harbor, Philly, and Wildwood Crest
This was posted to YouTube only within the past couple of days by the Wildwood Video Archive. Whoever shot this seemed to know how to make an 8mm home movie (at least vs. most others that people see). Really good. It should've been left in its original aspect ratio rather than "zooming" in though
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