Do you think you could live on an Island? Do you have what it takes to be a member of a rural community accessible only by ferry, plane or boat?
Here's a bit of a test to find out if you have the right stuff . . .
Do you flash your Rolex, brag about your car, name drop about who you know, or what blue blood schools your kids attend?
Getting noticed . . . do you dream of a huge house and a garage full of cars designed to impress others? Think you are special, put on earth to be awed, sought after for advice and your presence?
Do you have an ego needing stroking? Have an attitude needing attention? Are you a gold digger? Do you want to live in a gated wealthy snobby community and is your life about money - only money?
Think you were always destined for greatness? You don't strive to keep up with the Jones - that you are the Jones.
Translation - you are NOT built for living on Drummond Island and being part of it's rural, Up North, close-knit community.
Impressing others and having the latest material items is not what living on Drummond is all about. It's about helping others, serving your community, not calling attention to yourself.
Drummond Island, simple, real, honest living.
Outdoor campfires, picnics, paddling a kayak. Snowshoeing the ledges or cross country skiing through a silent glade.
Folks on Drummond get excited hiking a shoreline trail and seeing three deer drinking from the lake. Enjoying a sunrise on Potagannissing Bay with a mug of hot coffee. A family of loons paddling by. Island people attend and get excited to help out at a church bean supper for a family that was burned out or struggling with cancer.
It is not about who you know . . . it's not about being exclusive. It's about others. People come for a day, stay a life time. You don't need a lot of money . . . that's not what impresses people in "Vacationland". On Drummond they help others, check on the elderly, coach youth sports. Teach Sunday school.
IT'S A WAY OF LIFE!