The 80s and 90s were the times to be at Put In Bay. Parties on all the docks. B Dock was one of the biggest party docks. What made B dock? The first person on the dock called who rafted off them till 6:00 pm Friday. This made sense with friends rafting off friends there were less problems. With drinking on the dock allowed stereos would be playing blenders going, snacks set out, dancing. We even had a line dance that went down all of B dock on a Saturday afternoon. Roundhouse bar would have a special day once a year to elect a king and queen of B dock by popular vote. back then there was only one hotel at Put In Bay, and the Miller Ferry was the only way to get to the Bay it made its last run at 7:00 pm. So only boaters were left on the island to party through the night. Middle bass winery was in full swing with bands outside. playing and plenty of wine. Sunny ferry was the best way to get there from Put In Bay. There were so many antics that went on your stomach would hurt when you got home from laughing. at that time Hinemans Winery had a big fountain in the outdoor seating area it was nice to sit there drink wine, eat a cheese plate and look at the fountain. This is just a small telling of all that went on back then it would go on for pages to tell of what it was like in the 80s and 90s.