During the 70’s, I spent my summers at the Pancrest Lodge bungalow colony. Pancrest was nestled in the woods of South Fallsberg. It had a camphouse, ballfield and casino. The casino was the nerve center of the colony, it also served as headquarters for the “color wars” strategy sessions. The owner’s daughter ran the casino for a while. On weekends, my folks came up and we’d have breakfast at Poppins. There was a steep and narrow road that led you to and from the colony. I remember my last trip down that road, it seems like a lifetime ago.
Original author: D Moves [e-mail]