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1  Discussion / Sanatoria / Happy Thanksgiving To All
 on: Nov 23rd, 2016, 7:20pm 
Started by FabFourFan | Post by FabFourFan
Just wanna wish all members a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving! God Bless Guys and Gals
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2  Discussion / Sanatoria / Re: Reserved Executive Director
 on: May 27th, 2016, 1:53pm 
Started by outpatient | Post by FabFourFan
Quote from Concrete Soul on Apr 21st, 2006, 9:56pm:
Oh you think he's funny? you think he's bitchin? You wanna see something funny go visit John Bender in 5 years then you'll see something funny.


LOLOLOLOLOL I couldn't resist that one Agrafa you know where I was going with that lololol.

 
 
Well I finally made it to 40. Looking back it's a wonder I'm still intact, Especially after reading some of these older retarded posts of mine ugh Why Why!!!!
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3  Discussion / Sanatoria / Re: Reserved Executive Director
 on: Apr 14th, 2016, 8:02pm 
Started by outpatient | Post by LionelTrainGuy
I truly can not believe that it has been 10 years since we made this trip!!  
 
What's even harder to believe is that I still drive that very same car!!
 
I am missing you tonight and was thinking of you today.
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4  Discussion / Sanatoria / Re: Remember Us
 on: Mar 26th, 2016, 1:07pm 
Started by hidinginshadows | Post by FabFourFan
Hey bro how are you feeling? Hope all is well... Happy Easter to you your family and everyone else here!
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5  Discussion / Sanatoria / Re: Remember Us
 on: Mar 15th, 2016, 3:19am 
Started by hidinginshadows | Post by Ruthven13
Always liked the way you think. I am not sure how many people around have the same sentimental attachment to this place that we here do. I have not been there lately since I cannot walk too well anymore. Hopefully we could meet up sometime if you plan on heading back.
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6  Discussion / Sanatoria / RIP Tommy D
 on: May 25th, 2015, 8:46am 
Started by outpatient | Post by outpatient
Sadly, our group of EMS explorers from the past have lost another of our brethren.
 
I found out a few weeks ago that an old friend, and fellow EMS explorer, Tommy DePack, died back in March from injuries resulting from a house fire. I have great memories of Tommy from when I was a teenager, and when I think of him I can't help but smile. I haven't seen him in probably 25 years or so but I suddenly feel like I miss him. The world is surely a lot less interesting without him here. Rest in Peace Tommy D.
 
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7  Discussion / Sanatoria / billy
 on: May 25th, 2015, 8:30am 
Started by outpatient | Post by outpatient
missing you my friend. hard to believe it's been over a year already.
 

 
you were riding the wave
now youíre coming up for air
and the sky it looks fake
but you must be somewhere
 
donít get carried away in the past it's not there
donít get carried away in the past it's not fair
 
just another walk on the pavement
leaves no tracks and no trails
I saw in other hands and my own
all the things that canít be held
 
donít get carried away in the past it's not there
donít get carried away in the past it's not fair
 
turn it off and get sleep
watch the company you keep
and stay swift on those feet
how close can we be?
 
donít get carried away in the past it's not there
donít get carried away in the past it's not fair
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8  Discussion / Images of America: Essex Mountain Sanatorium / Re: Spring Sanatorium Tour
 on: May 12th, 2014, 5:47am 
Started by outpatient | Post by outpatient
Essex Mountain Sanatorium Book Signing and Presentation
 
On Thursday, May 15th at 7:00pm, the Fairfield Public Library is proud to host Richard Kennedy and his book "Essex Mountain Sanatorium," which will be available for sale. Mr. Kennedy will present on the history of the institution, and the lure that enticed him and so many others to explore it in the years shortly before its demolition. He will talk about his many interesting finds and, among other details, mention the tunnel system that connected the buildings -- parts of which still survive today. All are welcome!
 
Fairfield Public Library
261 Hollywood Ave
Fairfield, NJ 07004
(973) 882-0523
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9  Discussion / Images of America: Essex Mountain Sanatorium / Re: Spring Sanatorium Tour
 on: Mar 28th, 2014, 7:38am 
Started by outpatient | Post by outpatient
A huge thank you to the Cedar Grove Historical Society, the Cedar Grove Library, and everyone who came out for the sanatorium presentation last night. Despite the cold, it was a great turnout and a lot of books were sold and signed!
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10  Discussion / Images of America: Essex Mountain Sanatorium / Spring Sanatorium Tour
 on: Mar 17th, 2014, 8:42am 
Started by outpatient | Post by outpatient
My "spring sanatorium tour" kicks off next week with a presentation/book signing at the Cedar Grove Public Library on Wednesday, March 26th at 7:30pm. The event is free and open to the public, and no tickets are required. Hope to see you there!
 
Cedar Grove Public Library
1 Municipal Plaza
Cedar Grove, NJ 07009
 
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