Peter Tork: More Pics of His Outasite Life Articles April 1967 Tiger Beat Peter Tork: More Pics of His Outasite Life Magazine: Tiger Beat Author: Peter Tork Editor: Ralph Benner Published: April 1967 Volume: 2 Issue: 8 Publisher: New Asbury Ltd. Publishing Co. Pages: 32–33 People: Peter Tork This is my mother and me near the cottage called “Sandy Hoof.” It’s a great pine cottage on the shores of Lake Michigan. We used to do a lot of digging in the sand and swimming there. We’re in Long Lake, which is in upstate New York, and we always had a lot of fun there. The shot [above] is Venezuela. This was the most superb hotel I’ve ever been in in my life! Christmas, 1964, (above) I was in Venezuela with my family. We took a tourists’ tour through these great hotels. This was a great indoor-outdoor pool. From left, it’s my brothers Chris, Nick, my sister Annie and me. [Above], I think I look like a miniature prize fighter. We used to spend a day at a time at the beach, but I never terribly enjoyed it. I especially remember this time because my father came in by airplane and I’d never seen one. [Above], that’s my brother Nick and me with my dad in Germany. He was a lieutenant in the army. My grandmother thinks I look like a little Dutch boy in this picture. I think I look like Christian Nesmith. It was taken in Central Park and is one of grandma’s favorite photos. This bust of me was done when I was four years old and is now a minor art classic in Germany. It appears on German calendars regularly. I had to sit and pose for it and I didn’t care much for that, but even when I’d turn my head she would just work on the back of the head. Even when I was nine years old the bust looked older than I did. It’s now at my parents’ home in Saskatchewan, Canada.