Saturday, August 20, 2011

Laurel of the Pines, Lakewood, NJ, postcard


Laurel of the Pines was a very excusive resort on the edge of Lakewood, NEW Jersy, not far from our Naval Air Station, Lakehurst.

A bunch of us wanted to somehow slip in the Laurel of the Pines and rub elbows with New York City's wealthiest. Another endeaver we failed at.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, yes, what a wonderful place that was. My parents took me there when I was about 10. We were picked up at the train station and taken to the hotel in a horse drawn carriage. I am from Chicago, but my grandparents were from N.Y. Several years ago, I took my grandchildren to a carriage museum in Wisconsin, and there was an old carriage there from none other than The Laurel in the Pines.

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Anonymous Arlene Uslander said...

What a wonderful place that was. My parents took me there when I was 10. We were from Chicago, but my grandparents lived in N.Y. We were picked up at the train station in a horse-drawn carriage. A number of years ago, I took my grandchildren to a carriage museum in Wisconsin and there was a carraiage from The Laurel and the Pines.

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