Yesterday seemed like the perfect first-day-of-fall. A little bit chilly in the morning, and some warm sunshine in the afternoon. The turtles were soaking up the sun.
Congratulations to the winner of the men’s 2020 Bent Tree Golf Club Championship this weekend. This was the 14th time he has won…amazing! I think 1984 was the first year he took home the trophy.
Yesterday’s post mentioned that at least 85 Bent Tree homes have sold so far this year (through the end of August). Last year, 73 homes sold during the same time frame.
What’s really interesting this year is how quickly many houses go under contract after hitting the market. Week after week I see a new listing that I think would make a good item for my Sunday post. Then, by the time Saturday night rolls around, and I get ready to do my Sunday post, the listing is already “under contract” or “sales pending”. Things are definitely hopping!
Through the end of August, at least 85 Bent Tree homes hit the books as SOLD.
“Coyotes do not make good pets and it is illegal to possess them without a permit.” -Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, University of Georgia
With that being said, click here for information about a coyote named Scooter who was orphaned in 2012 and works as an education animal in the SREL Outreach Program. There are photo/video albums by year, documenting Scooter’s life.
One of the important parts of golf etiquette (and safety) is to make sure the group ahead is clear before you hit. The ridge on Bent Tree’s par 5 Hole #8 is one spot that can be deceiving. Luckily the tops of these carts (and the head of one golfer) were visible to the following group.