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Tri-Y Drive-In

A cache by spring735 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/1/2009
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

“Let’s go out to the Tri-Y ‘n get some burgers ‘n see who’s there!”
Back in the 50’s, this was the hot spot to be on a summer weekend. You had to roll the car window up a little so the tray would fit when the carhop brought your food. Pony tails, saddle shoes, circle skirts, duck-cuts and white T-shirts were all the rage and the roller rink was northeast of here across old 169. Now just an old sign silently proclaims the location of what used to be the hoppin’ place for teens to be on a weekend night.
Come on out and see what you can find.

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