Late March 2020
 
Point Breeze Unit Owners:
 
I wish I was writing this note under better circumstances, but I wanted you all to know that Point Breeze is in good shape and functioning well.  My family and I have moved up here from Washington to ride out this crisis, and have been self-quarantined in our unit since last Monday.  Thankfully, if you have to be locked in your home for an extended period of time, it is much easier to do so when you can wake up each morning and look at Lake Wentworth.
 
Wolfeboro is still bustling, despite Town Hall being closed because of the virus.  The restaurants that are open this time of year are still open, albeit only for take out or delivery (yes, some of the restaurants in Wolfeboro are actually providing delivery services), and the supermarkets are open and well-stocked.  The Post Office is probably the busiest place in town, with everyone keeping their recommended distance.  Life goes on!   
 
The Lake is starting to thaw and we can see substantial breaks in the ice, so it will not be much longer until ice out for 2020.  Having said that, we got about 6 inches of snow last night and the property looks magical.  Donnie, Jim and Pete are doing a terrific job of keeping up with the weather, as they also begin preparations for the Spring cleanup.  With mud season rapidly descending upon us, that is no easy feat.
 
As a reminder, the next meeting of the Point Breeze Board of Directors will be held on Saturday, May 9, 2020, at 9:00a.  Since all of our recent meetings have been held “virtually”, by phone, we see no reason to cancel the meeting and it will go on as planned.  As always, the dial-in information for the call is posted on the website and the agenda will be similarly posted a week before the meeting.  I look forward to speaking with you, then.
 
I hope that wherever you are, you and your families are safe, healthy and taking all necessary precautions to get past this very serious pandemic with as little disruption as possible.  I wish you and yours all the best during these trying times.
 
Hang in there!
 
Paul Brown
President