-Lost and Found
-Boating and Alcohol
FOR BOAT RAMP ACCESS CALL RICH
24 HRS BEFORE
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Boating Season is Underway
Finally we have a little nice weather and my phone has been ringing off the hook with people wanting the gate code so they can get their boats out. Seems like it's been a long time coming. The lake temp is still on the chilly side (56 Degrees) but it won't be long and we'll be pulling out the old swim suit. I've noticed that some of the younger more hearty have already been up on their boards.
When launching your boat don't forget to remove all restraining straps and put in the drain plug. It's also a good idea to make sure it starts before un-hooking from the trailer. Also now's the time to make sure to run a safety inventory. here... Before starting the engine make sure the engine compartment is well ventilated. There are some submerged rocks just to the east of the ramp so be sure to back well away of the shore before turning east. Finally make sure to lock the gate and return the key as you leave.
Have a fun boating season and please make safety your number one priority!
We are lucky to have such a nice bike and walking trail around the lake. I've put up this video because now I have that ability and also because it makes allot of sense. I hope you enjoy.
Jan 30th, 2013
I'd like to welcome the new residents to the lake that have moved in this past year or are planning on moving in this summer. If you are planning on putting a boat on the water this season make sure it meets the guidelines in the covenants or give me a call and we can discuss it. Once you have the boat we need to get a lake registration number for it and then I can get you a sticker for the boat and access instructions for the boat ramp.
Once again I want to stress safety. It only takes one careless person to spoil boating for everyone. Before boating this season, take time to review the “Lake rules” in the covenants and to read the safety guidelines on our website. If you're under 26 and want to operate a jet ski or boat you must pass a boaters safety course, this is a state requirement. You can take this course at any age and I encourage everyone to do so. There will be some offered in April; there is a link on the safety page that will take you to the listings.
The Home Owners assoc. is the owner of the gas pump. This means we are responsible for the liability and maintenance of the pumping station. So I'd like to put forth some info concerning the use of the gas dock some of which you may or may not be aware:
Thanks for reading this letter and remember “THINK” “BE COURTEOUS”