The fall season of 2013 has arrived at Land’s End. The recent rains and cooler temperatures this November are a welcome relief from the summer heat. The water level at Lake Fork is 2 feet lower than this time last year, but our wonderful environment remains intact.
The Land’s End neighborhood is growing and the beautiful landscapes of the individual homes continues to look very impressive. Fall decorations and the autumn colors of the trees are an indication that the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays will arrive soon.
Wow! There sure is a lot of activity going on in Lands End these days. Four new homes are currently under construction and several more are planned to start in early 2014. The community also welcomes seven new residents who have arrived since the March 2013 issue of The Anchor.
The LE community is alive with activities that include many neighborhood parties, a book club, two bible studies, ladies luncheons, several game and craft days, and we even have a neighbor that provides Yoga classes for the ladies three times weekly.
We can’t forget to mention that The Links at Land’s End golf course provides residents with one of the finest golfing experiences in the state of Texas. There are several men and women groups, formed by the residents, that meet on the golf course on a regular basis.
And the LE residents have Lake Fork in their back yards! The lake is full of bass and crappie and there are lots of men and women living at Land’s End who love to fish.
Many of the residents are also involved in church, civic, and charity activities in the near- by towns of Sulphur Springs, Quitman, Emory, and Mineola. Some of those activities are highlighted in this issue.
We also have a wonderful Volunteer Fire Department with 14 fire fighters, along with a Recycle Center that is located adjacent to Land’s End. One of the LE residents is the Assistant Fire Chief.
I guess we can sum it up by saying Land’s End is a great place to live!