November 25, 2020
Gratitude For A Refuge
It’s been one of those years — the kind we never saw coming. But, despite the ups and downs, the challenging adjustments, the restrictions, and alterations to our everyday lives, at Pine Canyon, we’re still able to reflect on and give thanks for the bright spots that carried us all through.
For many Pine Canyon residents this year, the community became a refuge for longer periods of time, and during different seasons, than it usually is. We’re thankful that during a difficult season, our residents were able to retreat to a place of comfort and peace.
As entertainment options and activities dwindled due to safety precautions, we’re thankful that we were able to continue to play golf on our championship course, allowing players a chance to get outside, enjoy the views of the San Francisco Peaks, and soak up a little Vitamin D.
And, when dining options became limited, we’re thankful that our dedicated staff was able to adjust quickly and offer curbside pick-up in a way that spoke to our commitment to delivering a sense of unmatched hospitality.
From our modified amenities to the way Camp Pine Canyon adjusted its operations, we’re thankful that life at Pine Canyon wasn’t a drastic departure from any other year. And we’re grateful that the open space and trails were afforded here, among pines and mountain peaks, are never closed.
As an exclusive, luxury community, Pine Canyon was designed to serve as a refuge for its residents. And this year, maybe more than ever, it did in ways we couldn’t have anticipated. It became a needed retreat, for those working and schooling kids from home, as opposed to a wanted retreat, as it typically is.
And Pine Canyon will continue to feel that way — as the escape, it was designed to be, no matter what’s going on in the world.
If you’re ready to create a refuge of your own at Pine Canyon, contact our real estate team.