family reunion

Dear kind Clevelanders with some connection to Peak ‘n Peak in 1981:  I just talked to Kevin Dant, and he reminded me of his temporary membership in the Doody family.  During the Winter of 1981/1982 a group of us had a family membership at Peak ‘n Peak ski resort in the southwest corner of New York.  From memory our family was: Tom (me) Doody, Kevin Doody, Jeff Doody, Mike Doody . . . . .  John Patton was and is a Doody family member in a practical sense, but he did not make this temporary Doody family membership, and I don’t remember why, but it must have been some mild version of Patton-family injustice, and with my eyes closed I can hear John complaining about the limits on him as if he were at my side . . . . , but I digress.  With this blog post I am calling for a family reunion, which may be impossible, because the late Joe Heller might have been in the 1981/1982 Doodys.  If you were a member of the 1981/1982 Doodys or you know who was, then please let Kevin Dant or me know, or click or post something someplace where we’ll see it.  Sincerely, Tom Doody

About Tom Doody

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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1 Response to family reunion

  1. Jeffrey Galvin says:

    Without a doubt the greatest winter of my life. More funny stories, more skiing, more houseguests than 17 year-olds were ever meant to entertain. The ski jump down the back yard onto the frozen lake. Mike (Doody) Maroon and his (failed) attempt to drive a Ford Bronco onto the lake. The night we had 22 people spend the night on any horizontal surface that would hold them (included my then 24 year old brother and a friend or two of his). Genesee beer, not that Cream Ale crap. Leaving Maroon taking a leak on the side of the highway in Pennsylvania while Conrad (another Doody) drove away with Joe (Doody) Heller and me. Give me a minute, I’ll think of more. I wish we had (and am sincerely thankful we didn’t have) more cameras back then. Those would be epic photos, but would surely sink any political aspirations we might have.

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