School is out for summerso kids might be playing, walking, bike riding and skate boarding in neighborhoods around Lake Sinclair. Happens every summer. And of course there is the occasional deer crossing that you must stop and wait to avoid an accident.
I also break for squirrels and possums occasionallyin my neck of the woods, but two days ago I encountered this coc-a-doodle-doo crossing the road. I stopped, I blew my horn and he just slowly was walking across the street not paying any attention to me. I even let my window down and snapped this photo and he just kept walking across the road.
I love my neighborhood and when choosing a place to live in looking at the names of the streets in the neighborhood I knew I might be likely to encounter many animals. You see I live on Possum Point Drive.
And some of the other streets in my neighborhood are:
- Turtle Court
- Fawn Court
- Possum Point Circle
- Fox Hollow
- Buck Horn
- Bobcat Drive
- Whippoorwill Court
- Robin Court
and finally there is
- Bourbon Point
So I guess if you don't see any of these animals on the way home you can always have few and watch Animal Planet.
There are some nice homes currently on the market in my neighborhood on Lake Sinclair, and I'm a great neighbor, so if you are looking for a home on Lake Sinclair check these out and give me a call. Just remember you have to drive slow once you enter our neighborhood.
Tammy Lankford, Broker/Owner
Broker License # 169695 Lane Realty License # H-11420
Call me today for all your Lake Sinclair real estate needs.
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