Short & Sweet

So, I am low on energy and so this blog post is gonna be short and sweet.

First, I was glad to see that all that work over next to the North Shore Tavern was about putting in a lounging area–a lawn.

Now considering all the efforts to get people to get rid of their lawns to be water-wise, this surprised me.

Anyway, it looks nice and I am SO glad I don’t have to listen to construction work again.

Believe it or not, Alan Sharp from Big Bear Marina was over here in Fawnskin spending money yesterday.

Thanks for supporting Fawnskin Alan!

It was good to see him but the big news is that the Jim Hall Memorial Trout Classic is NOT sold out. So, you can come and register to participate. For more information on the Jim Hall Memorial Trout Classic call Jacque Hall at (909) 585-4007.

The dumpsters were delivered yesterday and are ready for the big clean-up day this Saturday.

Also, the cinders on the Grout Creek Bridge were removed!

Now it is just the other ones at the side of the road that are inches deep that need to be cleared.

Finally, how did you like the unexpected rain? LOL

Okay, have a great weekend!



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  • 1
    kat
    May 17th, 2010 09:06

    I was at the Tavern Friday, and talked to the owner about the lawn, and our waterwise community.
    He said he has wellwater trucked in, and used for his sprinkler system. He is apparently very aware of the need for h2o conservation around Fawnskin.

  • 2
    GG (Gossip Girl)
    May 19th, 2010 10:26

    Thanks Kat, I heard that you were up. Good to hear but I’ve never seen the truck deliver yet–and usually they water right from the vehicle not through an existing system.