Sailing in the Pool
WHERE WERE THESE GIRLS WHEN WE WERE THERE?

 

If you hitched a ride or bribed your folks,
Resthaven offered a day of water excitement
unique to Paso Robles. It was the quintessential
expression of American freedom: an afternoon away
from the boredom of home, parents, and humdrum
neighbors. An afternoon where you could see just how
brave you were by sliding head-first on your back down
that ice-cold stainless steel water slide that seemed like it
was a football field long.
The wimpy one meter diving board wasn't much of a
challenge, so we'd head for the spinner raft where a King
of the Hill mentality overruled courtesy, unless a cute girl
wanted aboard. With an American sense of unity, we'd climb
aboard and start working together to get rid of any excess
water while spinning as fast as we could. Then we would
dive out at supersonic speed, to the amazement of all
heroines in the tub.
Great memories that can't be repeated,
since the old pool has been demolished and filled.

Hey, if you have any old pictures of the fun, please
scan and e-mail them to
WordyDave. Thanks.

 

Picnic In the Park
PICNIC AREA

     

 

Back of Postcard
FROM A 1965 POSTCARD

resthaven-slide.jpg (103515 bytes)
CHECK THIS FULL-SIZE
PICTURE. MAYBE YOU KNOW
SOMEONE IN IT! THIS IS
A GREAT LOOKING POSTCARD
FROM THE '60s.

YOU CAN STILL VISIT RESTHAVEN. BRING YOUR RV OR TRAILER AND
STAY AWHILE. THE PHONE NUMBER IS STILL THE SAME. GIVE THEM
A CALL OR WRITE THEM A THANK YOU NOTE AT:
1950 ADELAIDA ROAD, PASO ROBLES CA 93446

 

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