Here are some links to other sites that might interest you.
Just click on
the underlined area and the site will open in a new window.
Park - Good old Lincoln Park remembered in this video.
- The amusement park
of our younger days. The thrills and enjoyment this place has brought to
all of us. The great rides, french fries with vinegar, penny arcade,
Million Dollar Ballroom with rock & roll bands and dancing and roller
skating. The end of the school year when we spent the day at the park
with all our classmates. The Tilt-A-Whirl, Bubble Bounce, Roller
Coaster, Fun House, Train Ride, Dodgem Cars and so many more rides and
attractions. We were lucky to have Lincoln Park in the 1940s and 50s
when we were kids. Now it's just a memory but this video brings it back
Lincoln Park - Recent pictures of
- Now fallen into
disrepair, this is a sad tribute to something that was so good and touched
all of us.
& Associates - Bob Dube Consultants' website.
- Hospital and
- Gerry Guay's genealogy site.
- Family tree information
and stories written by my Aunt's and Uncles of their growing up in Canada and
Fall River, MA in the early 1900s.
Ships 2004, New London, CT
- Tall Ships Parade.
- Gerry Guay's boat trip to view the Tall Ships Parade
in on the Thames River in New London, CT in 2004. A fog crept in towards the
end of the parade ending the viewing of the ships. This was viewed from my
friend Jack's boat.
Air Force Days - Gerry's collection of memories and pictures of his Air
Force Days '59 to '67.
- Includes pictures of
Tinker AFB, Wright Paterson AFB, Lowry AFB, Malden Island, Rarotonga, Port
Moresby & Wewak, New Guinea.
Weather Squadron Alumni Association - Gerry's website for his
Alumni Association from his early Air Force days at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
and mobile weather projects.
- Gerry is also
webmaster for this website.
- Gerry's site. Yearly Thanksgiving weekend workplace fun trip 2005.
- This year is to old
Newport, RI with a tour of the Mansions of yesteryear.
on a Train - Life is like a train ride and this link connects to a
presentation here in a thoughtful arrangement of pictures, music and
thoughts to reflect on. (Author unknown)
- A Powerpoint
When the Powerpoint Presentation starts, you must click the mouse or
hit the Space bar to advance to the next page. I thought this was a nice
know if there are any websites that I should add to this list. Thanks,
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