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This Hide-Out has mini golf, ice cream

Karen Budrakey of Niskayuna putts Tuesday with her daughter Nadia, 11, and her friend Olivia Reeves, also 11 and from Niskayuna, at Pirates Hide-Out in Halfmoon.
Karen Budrakey of Niskayuna putts Tuesday with her daughter Nadia, 11, and her friend Olivia Reeves, also 11 and from Niskayuna, at Pirates Hide-Out in Halfmoon.
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Nothing says summer like a skeleton dressed as a pirate. Al Parker has a boney first mate on the job at Pirates Hide-Out, the ice cream stand and miniature golf course he owns on Guideboard Road in Halfmoon. “Kids are just intrigued by pirates,” said Parker, who opened his business on July 10, 1997 — six years before Captain Jack Sparrow introduced pirate cool in the 2003 film “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of ...


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