…that the Bent Tree golf course first opened for play.
This Bent Tree fact sheet is from 2011. Other than a few slight changes (i.e. restaurant name change, different email bulletins, additions of bocce and pickleball, transponders instead of barcodes), it is still accurate and is a handy reference.
I was walking one day last week when some horse riders passed by. After my walk, when I was driving away, I passed them on the dam. It looked like they were having a good time.
The Bent Tree MGA Member-Member tournament is scheduled for today and the weather forecast is absolutely perfect. Yesterday was really nice, but the wind gusts were crazy!
It looks like a new home is in the works for this spacious lot (six lots combined into one) in Bent Tree.
A lot of juvenile bluebirds were flying back and forth between a tree and the arena fence at Bent Tree’s Saddle Club Horse Park yesterday evening. They were moving fast, but I was able to get a couple of quick snapshots of a few of the birds.
Bent Tree and Big Canoe are both beautiful, unique communities. Many potential buyers look at both and discover which one feels right for them. Big Canoe is more refined and manicured; Bent Tree is more laid-back and rustic.
The following is a brief comparison of some key aspects of both communities (click image below to zoom or click here for pdf). If anyone sees something that needs to be corrected on the comparison, you can email email@example.com with the information and I will get it updated. Both communities offer much more than what is shown below (i.e. hiking trails, playgrounds, bocce courts, numerous organized clubs and activities).
This advertisement is from 1973 and it’s another one that still rings true today (other than Georgia 400 is no longer “new” and the directional markers are long gone):