b'Discover ShannondellIts only natural this time of yearW e can always use a little spring (season) after a Pennsylvania winter, but this year maybe even more so. Whether or not you view springas a favored period of rebirth or renewal,or simply a heightened sense of hope, chances are good the warming temps and longer days bring a smile to your face.It does for our residents. In fact, its our gardeners that tend to lead the charge back outdoors. Gloves, caps and pales in hand, our resident green thumbs are an optimistic bunch. Even with a cold spell still possible, weve already seen basil, broccoli and bell pepper go in the ground. Wed question our gardeners timing, but then they might remember our apprehension come harvest time and those Heirloom tomatoes, eggplant and cucumbers could end up on someone elses plate! Joining our gardeners outdoors recently are our many dog walkers, fitness walking groups, outdoor yoga enthusiasts, birders, plein air painters, golfers, and fans of the spring horse shows held at the Shannondell Farm. With 140 manicured acres to spread out within our gated Shannondell community, theres not only room for all, but all species. Deer, foxes and the occasional wild turkey can be spotted at dusk and dawn this time of year.Spring is, indeed, a busy time at Shannondell. Its also a great time to visit or revisit our community. And this season, your options are many. In addition to scheduling a private visit shannondell.com'