Around 1925 my grandparents built the cabins at Breezy Point, the name up until 1970 or so when they sold the property. They built 8 cabins, 5 on the lake, one where the house now sits and two on the west side of the property. The little building near the road was filled with treasures the tourists could purchase. Besides all of the trees along the property there was a circular drive way and a pond with fish, trees and flowers. There was no running water so my mothers job was to carry water from the lake for the guests, the house and of course the laundry. With no plumbing out door toilets were used and the two holers were great (you could bring a friend). My grandmother washed all of the the linen in a tub, then a ringer washer with blueing then hung everything on a clothes line, most every thing was ironed too. The cabins rented for $1.50 to $2.50 a night depending on location and size. Nothing was easy but my grandparents saved money and built the motel in the early 60's. Of course my grandmother was older and more beds ment more work, which she did everything alone. The guests did not build fires, at that period of time, the rocks were protected and they were perfect. The nights were quiet and I could go to sleep, as a little girl, hearing the water hitting the rocks and the june bugs hitting the bedroom screen. It was my wonderland and I felt like a princess. I was able to visit and stay 4 nights the summer of 2011. It was a wonderful experience and I loved every moment but I was sad to see the deterioration of the buildings, that would never be, and the lack of personal interaction. It is just a business now and I did not get a reduced rate. How the times have changed! I must say the time spent, especially on the sun porch, brought back pleasant memories of years gone by.