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Posted by Katie Johnston Chase July 10, 2007 06:59 PM

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Jay Gee's in Methuen doesn't have the biggest go-kart track or most thrilling mini-golf course you'll ever see -- no windmills or scary clowns or wild-animal mouths to putt through, and the "sand traps" seem to be made out of bath mats. But it does have batting cages, and air hockey. And ice cream -- lots and lots of ice cream: soft-serve, hard-serve, gummy bear serve ... whatever your stomach desires. And the complex is open until 10 p.m. And sometimes on a sticky summer evening, all you want to do is eat a twist cone and race your friends around a tire-lined track.

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