Annual Meeting Announcement: Saturday, June 2

The Potomac Bay Estates Property Owner’s Association 2018 annual meeting will be held:

  • Saturday, June 2
  • 1:00 PM
  • Williams home, 4142 Newman’s Neck Road

Potluck lunch at 12:00 noon.  The Association provides hot dogs, hamburgers, buns, condiments, tea, water, soda.  Please bring a side dish and/or dessert to share.  BYOB wine and beer.

If you cannot attend, please download the proxy form, fill it out and mail to the POA Secretary at 196 Potomac Drive, Heathsville VA 22473.  The proxy form is at this link:  2018 ann meeting proxy form

Board of Directors’ meeting, May 11

The Potomac Bay Estates Property Owners’ Association Board of Directors will meet:

  • Friday, May 11
  • 1:00 PM
  • 4142 Newman’s Neck Road (Williams home)

Board meetings are open to all property owners.  An agenda will be posted later.

REMINDER:  Annual meeting Saturday, June 2, 1:00 PM; potluck lunch at 12:00 noon; address to be announced.

Save the Date: Annual meeting

The Potomac Bay Estates Property Owner’s Association 2018 annual meeting will be held:

  • Saturday
  • June 2
  • 1:00 PM
  • Location to be announced


We will send an email announcement as well as posting the agenda and minutes from last year’s annual meeting.

Osprey have returned !!

Sunday, March 25, we were at the picnic area for the first time in a week.  Two pair of osprey were circling around the treetops.  One pair had taken up residence on one of the osprey nesting platforms in Presley Creek adjacent to Lot 52.
Osprey . . . also called “Fish Hawk.” Scientific name Pandion haliaetus.

The flock of Canada Geese normally in Presley Creek was nowhere to be seen or heard — probably inland feeding.

A group of 16 Bufflehead were in the Potomac about 100 yards offshore, feeding.

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Bufflehead; scientific name Bucephala albeola.

Save the Date: Alpaca shearing

The Hancock family, our neighbors at Critter Corner, will be shearing their alpacas on
  • Saturday, April 7
  • 9:00 – 11:00 AM. 
Everyone is  invited to the alpaca shearing!!

A traveling Australian crew shears the alpacas — it’s very interesting to watch.

The alpaca coat is two layers of wool — a rough outer layer and a soft, warm inner layer.  After the wool is sheared, the two types of wool are separated.

Very warm gloves, socks, mittens, and the like made from the inner wool will be for sale.

There is no charge to watch the shearing.  Bring your camera or video camera.  Please park as far off the road as you can.  If you have a dog, please leave the dog at home or in the car so as not to stampede the alpacas.

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Alpacas before shearing . . .
. . . and after.