Not to be a hard ass, but Richard has a valid point of view.
I know that area, go a little farther south and you'll find Green Pond. Spectacular beautiful lake. It has tall cliffs on the opposite side. It's the only area in the world that has the rock called Green Pond conglomerate. We call it puddingstone. A lot of little old lake houses, and some amazing trophy houses. It's a snooty, expensive, exclusive community; but that's the way they want it. We went to a memorial service at the community center there after 9/11.
You can't put a boat on that lake unless the hull has been power washed; there's a reason, they don't want invasive life forms to wreck the lake.
Just think of this, The Universe gives you what you think about. Maybe a little too heady, but, just hang in there, take it as it comes. Watch the "victim mentality"; try to make a gratitude list with ten items on it.
Don't get me wrong, I can talk the talk, it's walking the walk that can seem so difficult!
I've got some good philosophical book titles for you if you want to PM me.
I take everything as it comes. But when I see something that isn't morally right, I'm going to call it out. I'm still waiting for one of the lake Zone Manager's to leave a note on my door, 'Ooh, sorry we missed you...even though you were home...but the lake doesn't want you to walk around if you aren't paying your dues.'
Yeah, they've left notes like that before when I was home, with the door open. Because they are cowards who don't want to explain their idiotic rules to someone who isn't going to just bend over like all the other sheeple.
To be clear here. My family and I do not, DO NOT use any of their facilities. We don't go to the lake, the tennis courts, the ball field, the clubhouse, the beach, either playgrounds (forgot that was there), the basketball court (if you want to call it that). But since when can someone come up and say now the roads, the access to your house is off limits. How the hell am I supposed to get to and from my house that I own and pay the bank note on. Do you mean to tell me that they can now tell me I can't have access to my house, yard? Where does it stop? Like I said, there is one way in, one way out. Telling me I can't walk on the road is absolutely ludicrous. I guess I should just invest in a helicopter too.