to powersbt-I don't remember a John Mason,but I have fond memories of Bainbridge.Almost like a vacation spot.Memorial Day weekend,didn't open till friday,beautiful grass,right on the river,and the nightlife!!!
Grbjnt--I had you confused with someone else.--Ben was a little bit of everything,there was nothing he couln't fix,the man was a genius in my mind,and his son Henry ran the popper on Joes unit.Same kind of guy,master welder,mechanic,you name it.Their last name was Balduc.
Dennis had the big arcade and how about the trailer mounted version?the only one I ever saw.His cousin Larry used to work with him.Wayne had a fifth wheel trailer when he was with us,but I do remember when he stayed in motels or in the truck.I saw him several years ago at the Pasco county fair back when cumberland valley still played it.
I heard Al quit the road but I can't recall where I heard it from.
If I get off-topic I apologise,this is my first time on any type message board so please bear with me.
Lastly--I am taking the family to the fair (Pasco county) either tomorrow or wednesday,and I will make a feeble attempt at a trip report.