This young deer, along with a big doe, strolled by yesterday.
Whenever I get back to Bent Tree, after being out-of-town, I ride around the lake to see the views. The shot below is from late yesterday afternoon. Click here for a photo taken in May. Ever-changing, always beautiful…
There’s been discussion on the Bent Tree NextDoor website about gathering edible mushrooms. I wouldn’t know which ones are safe to eat, or which ones are poisonous, or which ones are “magic mushrooms”. But, I appreciate the interesting colors, shapes, and sizes of the various fungi I come across in Bent Tree. Some are tiny, some are really big, some are beautiful, some are funny or weird-looking… Here are some of the photos I’ve taken over the years in Bent Tree. Click the thumbnails below for larger images.
The schedule for the 2020 BTCI Board work sessions and meetings is available on the official Bent Tree website (member login required). From the Members home page, click on “Governance”, then “Board of Directors”, then “Meeting Dates” to see the complete schedule. The April and August work sessions are evening meetings. Work sessions and board meetings (other than executive sessions) are open to BTCI members. Note – there are no scheduled meetings for July or December. The Annual Meeting of the Members will be held at 2:00 p.m. on October 11, 2020. The budget session is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on October 20, 2020.
212 High Trail Vista Circle in Bent Tree hit the market yesterday. The asking price for the 4 bed, 3½ bath home, situated on a 2.33 acre lot, is $625,000. Click here to link to the listing, or click the listing photo below to link to a virtual tour.
Here’s hoping the rain stays away long enough to get in the Ice Breaker tournament today. It will definitely be much warmer than last year’s Ice Breaker.
One of the neatest things I ever stumbled across in Bent Tree was back in 2012. I was walking the Beaver Run Trail one dark morning and saw a weird yellow-green glowing in the distance. I kept heading towards the glow and came across a patch of bioluminescent fungi…foxfire. The photos above and below show two of the glowing fungi, but the photos don’t come close to capturing how amazing it looked in person. Click the photo below to zoom: