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« on: June 02, 2016, 10:08:59 am »

Yes, Goldie's was the club house, and what is now the Lewiston Apartments was a 9 hole par three.

http://cdm15020.contentdm.oclc.org/utils/getfile/collection/p16063coll3/id/48/filename/49.pdf

Last night I ate there for the first time in years, just to see what I could remember.  Asked to sit in the back overlooking the hillside.
When I mentioned to the waitress why, she said someone else had been here a few days ago doing the same, and mentioned he remembers the boats.

As Goldie's go, the place is much bigger than the others, but last night it was almost empty.  It had a labyrinth feel you sometimes get when older buildings are repurposed.  Too bad they havent figured out how to monetize their history, and the area seems in decline given the condition of the apartments.

Sorry I couldnt get that link to work.
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