Could everyone write one simple essay about something that once happened in Saltaire…that they saw or were a part of…and put it on one big website? Somebody should collect a lot of stories before we all forget. Otherwise it is like a line in “On The Beach” : The history of the war that now would never be written.” -(JO'H)

Saturday, March 29, 2008


Copyright Jeff Weinlandt 2008
These were some good looking kids. Name all eleven in "comments" and we will show you more gems from the WEINLANDT ARCHIVES.


Anonymous said...

Back row - left to right
Mary Lou Kurachek, Stacy Piper, a young Barack Obama, Eugene Piper, ??, Jeff Weinlandt, Drew Weinlandt, Pricilla Weinlandt

Kneeling -

Peter Marshalk(??) Danny Weinlandt, Nancy Weinlandt(??)

Anonymous said...

And the winner of the Barack Obama look alike contest is...........


Priscilla W. Lamb said...

Top Row, boy in striped shirt is, I think, Bobby Poteat.

Priscilla W. Lamb

JOH said...

I believe Priscilla is correct. There was Bobby Poteat and his brother Billy Poteat. They owned a dingy by the name of ______?

They had a sister named _________?

They were natives of the state of_____________?

A summer or two after the Poteats vacated Saltaire, one of Poteat kids visited Saltaire and stayed with the Navy Walk Weinlandts. Name 'em: __________________

deacincola said...

The BillBob


NC you're probably thinking but you'd be wrong!!! Billy and Barbara born in Brooklyn and Bobby is harrisburg, PA


What's my prize????!!!!!! LOL

How do I know so much?

This is Billy Poteat who has had tears in his eyes going through this magnificent blog and reliving so many memories of the '48 - '57 or '58 era. I have recently scanned about 80-100 pictures of those days from Mom's slides. I'll try to upload them soon.

Dad first came to Saltaire as the village Doc while he was finishing his residency at Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn and bought our cottage shortly after that.

Thanks for your efforts and this wonderful site. I have already shared and forwarded many of the info here on to my brother and sister.

Billy Poteat
Columbia, SC