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Wow!  It's like someone flipped a switch and turned on the heat.   We went from a wet cool spring into a hot beginning of summer.  The change in the Sun's angle to the earth makes the heat from that burning fusion reactor almost 93 million miles away feel very hot on the skin.  It is really nice because we are able to enjoy many 'summer' things that have been on the shelf since late October 2015.

For those who may be following my blogs, Woodhaven Lakes is just about fully cleaned up from last years tornado that hit the south west corner of the facility.  And now we all get to pay for it through the ever hated - "Special Assessment".  Right now we are not sure just how much that will be but expect to see it published later this year.  They will most likely delay the "announcement" until after the best season of the park - Summer.   But the board still lives in the past and steadfastly refruses to step into the 21st century.   As an example - I have taken my concerns about the limited WI-FI access to the executive director on more than one occasion.  Her answer is always "People do not come to Woodhaven for WI-FI, they come to enjoy nature".  Obviously she hasn't met my grand kids. 

They do not like to come to Woodhaven because "the WI-FI is really crappy".  It doesn't take a genius to recognize that the dependency on WI-FI is increasing rapidly covering all endeavors including education.   Am I supposed to stop taking on-line courses so that I can come to Woodhaven?   It seems to me that the management is stuck in the past and needs to take a pro-active infrastructure approach that includes expanding WI-FI access throughout the park, not just at the recreational facilities.  The current availability centers around three recreational centers and if your RV is within 300ft of one of these you are fine.  If not then you can "enjoy nature".

I hope this reaches the ears of other owners and creates a stir for more and better WI-FI access.  Lets Leap into the 21st century at Woodhaven Lakes.

 

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