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Profile picture Fred Tatler
Cruising on 8th St.
In the '60's, I remember that the highlite of every week was cruising 8th St. and meeting up with friends and schoolmates at the A&W or Dog'N'Suds. Image
Profile picture Fred Tatler Re: Cruising on 8th St.
Meeting at the 'Dub' (A&W) in the '60's was as much a part of High School life as going to school dances and football games and usually happened before and/or after such activities. Image
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Great pics. You are so right. If you didn't cruz the Dub you hadn't had a good night. Eighth Street was usually alive. We met our friends either at the A&W or the Dog'n Suds. That street culture was a display of our new found independance. My kids don't get it but we sure did.
Profile picture Fred Tatler Re: Cruising on 8th St.
Another great place to meet was Venice Pizza, located in the strip mall of the original Colonial Motel on 8th St. Image
Profile picture Dawn White Re: Cruising on 8th St.
Hey there Sir/Ma'am! Never mind the 60's - the 8th St A&W drive-in was still pretty hot in the 70's for us young Nutana folks! In fact, being a car-hop was the first job a few gals (including myself) had back then. You might be aging yourself though - Dog N' Suds was my PARENTS favorite place!! Guess I am aging myself as well though, Venice Pizza was my 2nd job!! PS - parents always did prefer Dog and Suds, even after the rest of us were addicted to McDonalds! Take care - Dawn