Found here. Disappearing from the Jersey shore in the 1960′s, Storyland Village is nearly forgotten. I did manage to find this gallery (a few images from which are below) and this man’s memories online about the seaside amusement park.
This Robin Hood costume combined a hat, cape and tunic my grandmother made with my aunt Beth’s belt, green jeans and boots… I’d nearly forgotten about the fish tank in the dining room; and the directors chairs at the table…
As a young kid I used to dress up as a punk rocker a lot. Also pictured is Betsy my “big friend”, a real punk rock girl that they paired me with because she didn’t scare me. I believe this is kindergarten or first grade, so 1984?
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