Activities

Settle In: March 30, 2020

Settle In: March 30, 2020As we settle in to the ebb and flow of calm and secluded living, there is the lifeline of technological connection that keeps us buzzing along. Who better than John McKinney, TWR Times Vice-Chair and Webmaster, to walk us through some of these activities and tasks that are thriving during the…

My Word! March 30

Incondite (in-con-dite) Adjective From the Latin in (meaning not) and conditus (a past participle condere meaning to put together) Meanings: 1. poorly constructed (often used in connection with literary works); 2. lacking refinement or crude. Sally Olsen’s latest book is incondite and almost totally lacking in plot.

The TWRTimes Announces:

A New Summer ContestThe TWRTimes is proud to announce a new summer contest In April! This is another scavenger-type hunt. You have one week, starting April 1, to find five Easter Baskets hidden in Tanglewood. Each basket has one word  taped to it. Write it down, and leave the basket where it is.    When you…

Still Need Stuff to Do?

The LONG Cart Train Ride…It appears our Tanglewood residents, myself included, are getting a little bat.. crazy. How do I know this? Because one evening this past week about 40+ golf carts showed up in the Outback “where they park the RV’s” (I loved that specific answer). They stayed the social distance of six feet…

Second Tuesday Food Drive on Schedule

Things are in upheaval in Florida, in Highlands County, and in Tanglewood.  There are some mighty kind and generous people in this park, as you know. The Second Tuesday Food Drive  will take place on schedule, on April 14.  This collection will be taken to Hands for the Homeless in Avon Park and distributed to the…

Meanwhile, Back at Tanglewood: March 27, 2020

Meanwhile, Back at Tanglewood: March 27, 2020What are the TWR Times guy staffers doing during the Pandemic? Today, we will take a look at busy Bob Larocque who figured he would be painting, pulling weeds and checking on his neighbors. Our energetic Sports Editor has gone above and beyond by volunteering to be the Wildflower…

Got Books to Return?

If you have some library books to return to Tanglewood’s (new! improved!) library, you can bring them up to the clubhouse and leave them on the bench by the main door.  Billie will pick them up and bring them inside.  Obviously, don’t do this on a weekend. Or pass them on to your friends who…

Meanwhile, Back at Tanglewood: March 26, 2020

Meanwhile, Back at Tanglewood: March 26, 2020Look up, feel the breeze, enjoy the sun and the shade. Reflect on life. Ah, front porch sittin’! Nancy Foley, TWR Times writer for the Church News column, has been appreciating her own Tanglewood front porch and the zephyr-like breezes that offer cool in the heat of the day.…

Meanwhile, Back at Tanglewood: March 25, 2020

Meanwhile, Back at Tanglewood: March 25, 2020Meanwhile, back at Tanglewood, we are staying busy. “Read, read, read!”, BookTalking feature writer for the TWR Times, Kristie Plank, exclaimed. Kristie is an avid reader even in good times when all the Tanglewood activities are up and running. I would suggest that one way to whet your appetite for…

Killing Time or Each Other

Things To Do While At HomeIn line with our new assignment, it’s been quite a reflective time for us. We’re actually home together at the same time and getting to know each other again. We get so busy with our committees and outings that spending quality alone time sometimes takes a back seat. That begs…