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Skyline Drive
Mon Nov 04 2019, 08:45AM

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Some cool images from past history turned into a controversy 40 years later.
I think I will join Jo T.

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I love seeing the historical images. Would be a shame to remove them because someone offends you?
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Great photos showing water skiing on Baldwin in '93! Thanks! I added here a sequence of Baldwin in the 1930s...When I lived on Baldwin's "shore" (Maltby Avenue in '72-'74) it was, of course dry, dry, dry...we ran dirt bikes all over the lake bed in those days...I'd rather have the water!














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