I was looking through some old photos yesterday and came across this one from five years ago. That was a lot of turkeys passing through the fairway on Hole 5!
The first confirmed instance in Georgia of the invasive Northern Snakehead fish occurred earlier this month. Quoting from an article in the AJC, “The fish can breathe air and survive on land for up to four days out of water if they remain wet, according to National Geographic. The snakehead has been known to travel up to a quarter-mile across wet land.” Yikes…
Bent Tree advertisement,1970 Georgia vs Clemson game program (note – Georgia won the game 38 to 0):
44 Long Swamp Court hit the market yesterday with an asking price of $349,900. The remodel of this property would’ve made a great episode for my hypothetical reality show “Flipping Bent Tree”.
- Click here to link to the current listing of the completely remodeled home (the photo below is from the current listing).
- Click here if you want to see the before pictures (in an old listing, before the flip).
It is the second Sunday in October:
The BTCI Annual Meeting is scheduled for Sunday, October 13 at 2:00 p.m. in the Club Tamarack Recreation Room. The annual meeting is a meeting of the Members. The other meetings held throughout the year are meetings of the Board of Directors.
The ripples looked really cool one evening last month on Lake Tamarack. The goose just happened to be floating along so I included it in the picture.