Love and Connection

For the better part of three days, Lupin Lodge was transformed into the Bare Burn.

My eyes drank in the sights – from the beautiful black and white Bacchanalia-style décor to the gorgeous people who gathered around the pool and hot tub to soak and socialize.

There was a couple with a big light up mushroom hat which faded from color to color, rhythmically.

There was another colorful couple who offered coconut oil massages to guests and I carefully peeked inside their tent every time I passed to see if I could sneak in for a quick massage.

The pool was filled to the brim with naked bodies, enjoying the sunshine and fresh air.

At night, a crowd of people would gather on the Main Lawn to enjoy the music coming from the DJ booth.

All our DJs knocked it out of the park when it came to spinning creative, chill, fun tunes for everyone to enjoy.

If I close my eyes, I can smell the lawn and see all the people bobbing and dancing to the music of the Silent Disco, a genius addition to the Bare Burn (thanks Marco and Mark for your contribution)!

The entire event was selflessly supported by the Bare Burn Leadership Team and I have to thank everyone for being responsible and engaged during the event.

It was a magical place free from judgment and filled with connection and love.

On my part, I could feel my friendships deepening and becoming fuller and stronger.

I hope laughter flowed as freely as all the wine we were drinking and that everyone who attended felt loved and connected.

Because what I think the Bare Burn is all about is community.

Connection.

Authenticity.

And love.

I certainly experienced all of it in spades this weekend.

As did everyone else, I hope.

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