|Posted on Sep 29th, 2014
BEFORE YOU LEAVE BEAUTIFUL BALD ROCK FOR THE WINTER......
For the do it yourselfers:
1. Turn off your water outside at the box
2. Drain your water lines
3. Flush and put antifreeze into the toilets
Or hire someone to do it for you.
Why? Even if you have a generator and you have set your temperature control to a safe temperature there is no guarantee that your water lines won't freeze. Generators have been known to fail!
Be sure that Blue Ridge Public Safety has a key to your house and a list of people to whom they may give it.
|BALD ROCK SUMMER/FALL 2014
|Posted on Aug 7th, 2014
FUN WAS HAD BY ALL
From Mule rides (some would like to call them Polaris rides but you do not need a Mule or Polaris to participate) to lunches and musical evenings at the Barn, to the Pavilion parties, to trail rides and hikes in neighboring Panthertown Valley - the Season in Bald Rock is never boring.
Every other year Bald Rock hosts a Horse Show to benefit Friends of Panthertown, and the 2014 event was highly successful, raising a record amount to help maintain Panthertown as a World Class natural area, right in our own yard. What an event! Horse owners practice for weeks, which in itself is worth watching, to show off their mounts and equestrian skills at the event. Others solicit donations for the silent auction or bake cookies or staff the tables or chauffeur visitors from their cars to the Barn. Work? Yes, indeed it is but how rewarding to see hundreds of people flock to our beautiful community and coming together to help a worthwhile cause. THANK YOU for making it possible this year and in the years to come.
What a thrill it is to walk or drive in the early morning and having to stop so Mama Turkey can shepherd her flock across the road, or to see a doe with her fawn peering out from the woods. If you are lucky you might even see a bobcat or a bear. Summer was great! Fall is here and the leaves are starting to turn- enjoy!
|Posted on May 3rd, 2012
How to Contact the Bald Rock POA
Bald Rock Property Owners Association, Inc.
The POA office is next to the Main Barn
2117 Trays Island Road #2090
Sapphire, NC 28774
Office Hours: 8AM-12PM Monday through Friday
Manager: Christa N. Pankey, Site Manager
Management: Pro Management NC, LLC
448 US Hwy 64 W Ste 2
Cashiers, NC 28717