Posted By: MCS Staff December 2, 2018
Great fun! Thank you!
Nice, but missing the subject significance of Mr. Hill being a teacher at Robert E. Peary High School and Vier Mill Road.
Cool memories thanks
You forgot to mention “The Blair Witch Project” was filmed in Seneca Creek State Park.
No mention of Rockville Mall with the arcade place Fun Way Freeway
Or the weird “Mr. Sausage & Ice Cream” joint.
#42, though! ???
What’s up with the female symbol by the Olney Walking Guy? I don’t get it.
Blair Mansion Inn Silver Spring, Mike’s Pizza Palace that would ask you “ARE you a Turtle”? (and if you had a card you’d reply :You bet your sweet Ass I am.”. In reference of Md. U. (wheaton) The 2 polar Bear soft ice cream places with the mirrored stucco round buildings. WINX radio station Barry Richards the popular D.J. Roth movie Theaters –and their kids dance contests Glen Echo amusement park Congressional Roller Rink Martins Dairy in Olney Rockville Drive -in
And to become a card-carrying turtle, you had to answer three questions. The one I remember is: “What do men do standing up, women do sitting down, and dogs do on three legs?” The answer that got you into the club is, “Shake hands,” lol.
It’s an emoji of someone with long hair running
Kensington department store otherwise known as mr. Victors you could go in there and get just about anything and if he didn’t have it he would order it he carried buster Brown brand shoes ship & shore blouses and dresses simplicity patterns to make a dress and he carried some fabrics. And he knew the first and last name of all his customers.
Congressional Roller Rink …..
No. 40 is wrong. https://maryland.hometownlocator.com/counties/cities,cfips,031,c,montgomery.cfm
Nope. There are other incorporated areas in MoCo, but the three listed are the only ones that are cities.
What about yacht club of Bethesda?
Fun memories and some sad ones.
#11 Also includes “Hungerford Drive” and “Frederick Road”.
Yeah, but those aren’t really used the same way the other ones are.
The Phoenix School was the nation’s – possibly the world’s – first recovery high school, 1979 – 2014. A 2nd location was opened in +/- 1982 because the need was so great – decades before the heroin crisis. The Phoenix School saved kids and families for 35 years, but in 2002 it was combined with other alternative programs, thus mixing students striving to stay sober with peers who did not share that value. Predictably, the relapse rate escalated and enrollment steadily declined. MoCo now has the Recovery Academic Program, free to all 6th – 12th graders, including transportation, meals, and field trips: https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/studentservices/mentalhealth/rap.aspx.
We call the Olney walking guy PODMAN because of his weird hair and have seen him walking as far out as Alexandria VA!! He actually lives behind the Kmart on Georgia Avenue
Kensington department store also known as mr. Victors on Howard avenue in Kensington. You could get just about anything in his store and if he didn’t have it he would order it he carried buster Brown brand shoes ship & shore blouses and dresses simplicity and McCall patterns a few bolts of fabric. He knew all his customers their first and last names and he always greeted everybody with a big smile.
What is the source of the information that “Country Roads” was actually written about Clopper Road? It seems to go from West Diamond Ave. in Gaithersburg to Boyds, and I don’t see anything remarkable about it. Are you being facetious?
Nothing about the Shady Grove Music Fair???
Yes, “Take Me Home, Country Roads” was inspired by Clopper Road—but it wasn’t John Denver who wrote it. It was primarily written by Bill Danoff and Taffy Nivert (the duo of “Fat City”). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Take_Me_Home,_Country_Roads Danoff and Nivert (performing under the name “Starland Vocal Band”) also wrote the song “Afternoon Delight.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starland_Vocal_Band
Cabin John park with the airplane you can play in and the trash can that talked like pig
White Flint was a 9 hole golf course before it became White Flint Mall.
Meat that can’t be beat.
#19 is sketchy.
Oh wow! Really happy memories.
Best place to see movies !
Wasn’t the first Toys R Us the one on University Blvd. in Langley Park, near the original Ledo’s?
*The ice skating rink at Howard Johnson’s across from Wheaton Plaza. *Gino’s
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