Many thanks to the Bent Tree homeowner who took this amazing photo and let me share it here. It epitomizes “The Quiet World of Bent Tree”.
Not that kind of weed, but it’s kind of ironic that the Smoker Craft has [a] weed growing in it. This boat was apparently overlooked when abandoned boats were removed earlier this year.
New signs, reflecting the amended Lake & Wildlife Rules approved by the Board last September, are now in place around Lake Tamarack. The lake was restocked last month with 10,000 small bream as a food supply for the bass (which were reported to be overpopulated and undersized).
A gently sloping .62 acre lake lot in Bent Tree currently has a sales status of “Contingent – Due Diligence”. According to the listing, the lot has 150 feet of frontage on Lake Tamarack and is priced at $139,900.
The photo above shows some of the aftermath of the 6-8 inches of rain that Bent Tree received before daylight on Thursday (August 1, 2013). A large section of Tamarack Drive washed out. Both Fox 5 and WSB did live broadcasts from Bent Tree covering the flood. Following are some random pictures from the day.
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…could be yours for $599,900. Click here to link to information about the home. The last photo shows the house as seen from the dam during the fall.
Currently, it is the the highest priced house in Bent Tree (on FMLS). I don’t know the owner, and have never been in the home. But, I have always thought it looked like one of the best lake lots in the community. It sits at the end of Hummingbird Lane, a small street located between the dam and the spillway. Note: the photo of the hummingbird above was taken in September 2012 at the spillway.
Turkey vultures (a.k.a. turkey buzzards) may not be pretty, but they were putting on a “dam” good show, yesterday. There were about 40 of them catching the wind currents around the dam and across Lake Tamarack. Several of them kept swooping down just above road level, then soaring high again. Click thumbnails below for more images.