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What was the Season?
summer

Can you name the location?
Looks like Windsor Lake (Fish Pond)


Can you name the location?
Fish Pond --- the old location of the public beach


What was the Season?
summer

Can you name the location?
windsor lake


Can you name any of the people?
No

Can you name the location?
This looks like Windsor lake better known as the "Fish Pond"

Comments...
Looks like a hot day in North Adams and everyone had the same idea sunbathing and swimming at the "fish Pond"aka Windsor Lake


What was the Year?
1970

What was the Season?
summer

Can you name the location?
fish pond


What was the Season?
summer

Can you name the location?
Windsor Pond/Lake - North Adams


What was the Season?
summer

Can you name the location?
Winsor Pond (Fish Pond)



What was the Year?
1972

What was the Season?
spring

Can you name the location?
fish pond

Comments...
that big group of people in the middle of the photo are the class of 72 and 73 we use to go up there every day in the summer time until 4 o'clock break then we would go home and get ready for work


What was the Year?
1972

Can you name any of the people?
yes

Can you name the location?
fish pond

Comments...
Some where in the back are Schmidt girls. I remember this because I have the photo from the paper at home


What was the Year?
1969

What was the Season?
spring

Can you name any of the people?
no

Can you name the location?
fish stock,woodstock

Comments...
people haveing fun in the summer


Comments...
A familliar sight. I recall when the bathing suits were a bit differnt,the crowds the same back in the 30s' and forward. Ike Berger the lifeguard and the flat bottom rowboats, the shorelign diving pier and the midlake raft with a diving tower, and the soul music in the evenings coming from boats in the center of the lake. There were cottages on Lefvres beach and open Martin beach area. The area from Martins beach to the outlet and beyond had few openings at the time as there was more green areas, trees, brush etc. with a few berry patches. Non the less, same spirit and relaxation only more walking to and from. We lived in one of Lefevers homes on Kemp Ave. just at the top of the hill on the left as you approach the lake. The Damons, Dubreuils, Taylors, Kellys, Dorans, Martins Netherwoods, Johnsons, Davises, Grimes and so many others. The times were slower then and the fields around were full of wild strawbwrries, blueberries, blackberries, wintergreen, chokecherries etc., Life explained in 3 words, "Life goes on". (Not original.)


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