Johnny White enjoys the beautiful November weather the way most retirees would.
A grandfather, White said he was the last person he thought would join the social media site Facebook.
"My kids put me on there so that I could see my granddaughter," White said.
Pictures of his family received instantaneously.
More and more are discovering the advantage of being on social media sites.
"It's a great avenue to get the word out immediately on anything," said Lori Morris. "But especially on crime."
Break-ins, car burglaries, crimes that happen in every neighborhood, but more and more communities, like Greystone in Cabot, are organizing neighborhood watches through social media.
"It's definitely an alert system for the neighbor that wouldn't necessarily talk to each other everyday," said Justin Hill.
Neighbors looking out for neighbors, then easily sharing those concerns that span the entire spectrum of importance.
"Lost dog or cat?" said Justin Hill, "Someone's car gets broken into?"
"I lost my little dog one day and posted it to Facebook," said White. "And within 12 hours I had her back,"
Proven results, resulting in more and more people, like Johnny White, getting on-board.