Friday, 12 February 2010 00:00
Gregory Adami correctly identified the Feb. 4 mystery photo as, “The florist on West Main Street, Andrew Pascoe at 47 West Main Street.”
Alice O’Hagan said, “This week’s is the florist in the renovated building next to Next to New used clothing.”
Eileen McCaffrey of Bayville identified the mystery- mystery picture saying, It was the TOB 9/11 site at Tobay Beach. “It’s a beautiful memorial. I just love seeing it,” she said.
Gregory Adami called to say, “The mystery picture no one guessed last week is the 9/11 Memorial site of the TOB on Oak Boulevard Road between Jones Beach and Robert Moses. The memorial is on the bay side. The sign is in the parking lot, from there you can’t miss the memorial.”
Alice O’Hagan said, “The picture no one knew is the TOB Memorial at Tobay Beach on the sound side where the TOB memorial is located – not on the ocean side but the bay side.
“I was surprised no one guessed the Jan. 28 mystery picture. I love all things Oyster Bay. Oyster Bay residents aren’t spending enough summertime at TOBAY Beach. The sign is located on the bay side of the park. On a side note, I will greatly miss The Nantucket once it leaves Oyster Bay, said Eric Gloeckner of Muttontown.” He added. “Come one, come all (including the Enterprise Pilot) to the Polar Bear Plunge for charity on Sunday, March 7 at 1 p.m. This will be my second year plunging.”
Billy Minicozzi said the Feb. 4 mystery picture was a store in Oyster Bay, which is correct. He said he hoped the Colts would win the Superbowl. [The Saints from New Orleans won. It was an exciting game for this watcher. The skycam makes it so much easier to follow the action. The Who did a great job singing their themes from the CSI series on CBS at halftime. Their lighting and pyrotechnics were great. And best of all, the wings and chili [prepared by Walter Karppi] were terrific. The commercials were fun. We were eating Doritos with the chili and so those commercials really hit home.] - DFK