You may be wondering why I don’t have photos of naked people and/or families taken at the ranch. It is one of the rules; members cannot take pictures of other members without their permission. Cameras have to be registered with the office when members bring one in and sign a statement that they will follow the rules about taking photos. Break the rule and out you go.
Cell phones are not allowed in the pool areas, because some the cell phones can take photos. That makes for a quieter more enjoyable sun bathing, not have the rings tones and such. Member’s privacy is a major concern for all the members and management.
Just so you won ‘t feel left out, here are some photos of naked folks:
Feb 23, 2010
Jan 29, 2010
On Thursday nights during the winter months when the restaurant is closed, a group of us permanent residences and members that are here so often that they might as be concidered permanent, have a potluck in the rec-room. The table tennis table if folded up and moved between the pool tables; the card tables are use to set the food on; and large folding tables and chairs are setup for the gathering.
Jan 24, 2010
We have gates to control access; all the resorts I know have them. It is one of the reasons Ginny and I live here. Security is very important to everyone here. We know when someone is out of place and watch out for each other. A stranger stands out and never knows who is watching them. Just like in the old days in most communities. We know our neighbors.
This next part id sort of a two-edged sword. Good part is he was caught, bad part he was here in the first place.
Luckily, that is the only case that we have had.
I think I'll leave the drive by shooting and domestic violence and such to the textiled world; and live naked and happy in a gated Eden. Worst crime here is speeding in a golf cart………...