Whew! Now I don't have to worry about posting the photos of cute kids and puppies. That seal photo did it's job. As of today we are up to $3,400. I'm hoping to get a few more participants to help soak up taxes and shipping costs as I purchase some items. Also, I want to make sure we are getting high quality commercial grade equipment so it lasts. No Wal-Mart shopping on this project. In the next couple of weeks I'll put my plan together and share it with you through the blog posts. Please feel free to send me any ideas you have or comments on what I'm thinking. You can post them on a blog response or email me directly. I'll also share some ideas that have been given to me already.
30% of our fellow lake owners have participated in the donations. That's a great number considering that many don't know me from Adam. Also, it illustrates that this must be a good cause because it has drawn this much interest from the members.
Years ago when I was looking for a lake front cabin I stumbled across a realtor ad for Lake of the Oaks. There was nothing on the web about our lake.
Everything had to be learned by chasing people down and making phone calls. I couldn't believe that in the age of the Internet, information about the lake was left in the Stone Age. I decided to do something about that when I became an owner.
Always interested in technology, I enjoy providing information and updates to fellow owners and prospects. Please let me know if its working.