All of the following native plant photos were taken Saturday on a single hole of the Bent Tree Golf Course.
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Yesterday, there was a flurry of activity in the dogwood tree (the same one from Saturday’s post). Several juvenile tufted titmice were flitting around the branches for a few minutes, so I grabbed my camera and started snapping pictures (see below for a couple of different shots of one of the birds). In the midst of all of that, a hummingbird landed on a branch long enough for me to get a pretty good shot (see header photo above).
Click here to link to the listing information for 961 Tamarack Drive in Bent Tree, or click the listing photo below to link to a video tour. There are some really great photos in the video tour (of the home and of Bent Tree). From the video tour, you can link to a gallery of the photos. There are some photos in the tour/gallery that aren’t in the realtor.com information, so it’s worth checking out.
There are some impressive logs used throughout the interior. The asking price for the 3 bed, 2.5 bath log home is $294,888.
Click here to link to the listing information for 66 Tamarack Point in Bent Tree. The asking price for the lake home, known as “Serendipity”, is $849,900.
Click here to link to the listing information for 143 Sunrise Terrace in Bent Tree, or click the agent’s listing photo below to link to a virtual tour. The 2 bed, 2 bath home recently hit the market with an asking price of $199,900.
251 Panorama Point in Bent Tree hit the market this week with an asking price of $325,000. Click here to link to the listing information, and/or watch the video below.
Click here to link to the listing information for 618 Alpine Drive in Bent Tree (and/or watch video tour below). The 3 bed, 4 bath house hit the market with an asking price of $219,900. Be sure to check out the photos of the mountain views and the mountain laurel railings.
The topic of the deer restocking program in Georgia was discussed at the June Lake & Wildlife meeting and recently on various BT social media platforms. Click here for a related post from 2012 (the photo below, taken in Bent Tree, is also from 2012). The bottom of that post has a link to a pdf of “Deer Stocking Program in Georgia” which was written in 1975. The deer stocking program continued until 1992.