Lelia Alexander

Norman HernandezToday at 1:25 PM
I always think teenagers must hate my place as there is nothing to do but relax and enjoy the sea view and sunsets and read books which is not a very teenagery thing to do (my idea of paradise when I was a teen though). No shops or even a park to hang out in. I had one lady stay with her young daughter who wanted to come back at Xmas for a month with husband and teenage daughter from over 1500km away but the teen nixed it as the oldest girls who live here are only about 10.
Carolyn ChandlerToday at 1:25 PM
Hey y’all! We own Hidden Lake Forest which is in a private lake community. We wanted to see how others handle a waiver of liability to use of Kayaks, boats, swimming. πŸ›ΆπŸ–
Btw want some chicken?
Norman HernandezToday at 1:25 PM
Had considered making kayak available but πŸ€¦πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
- will make people stay beyond checkout if they use them, then want to change, shower etc :(
- if they get in trouble, you know who they will call...
- adds more work, need to brief guests on what to do, where to go, life jackets in different sizes blah blah πŸ˜…
Callie GreeneToday at 1:25 PM
We have lake-front vacation rentals. No specific liability waiver for that, but house rules stipulate risks, we assume no liability, etc. We also offer SUP/kayaks; each guest must e-sign liability waiver to get access to those. We also stock PFDs in all sizes for guests. πŸ’πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ