The original Herbert Hoover on Middlefield Road across from Safeway
The Variety Store – where 7-11 now is
Bergmann’s and their Coffee Shop
Eddie’s Coffee Shop and their Milkshakes with the Mixing Container
Poppycock on Cower and old Victorian house that used to sell candles, incense, “black light” posters. Eventually, it became, of all things, an attorney’s office
$4.00 tickets at Frost Ampletheatre to see Santana, Grateful Dead and Tower of Power
The Recreation Department’s summertime event where all the kids would camp overnight at the Lucile Stern Center after playing all day and having a marshmallow cookout
The Recreation Department’s Penny Carnival (Each elementary school – about 24 back then – ran a recreation department during the summer. You could play Karems or check out a red rubber ball and also put on plays) The Penny Carnival helped finance this.
Riding our Stingray bicycles down Matadero Creek
Riding our Mini Bikes in all the empty fields on Middlefield Road
My beloved house on Wellsbury Way that was build new for my parents for $28,000.
Okay, there’re my memories.
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