When experiences bubble up out here, we’ve noticed that it almost feels irreverent to document them in the moment.
With each wild, profound, and completely unpredictable event or gathering, it seems as though everyone around is lost in the present. Phones are out of battery and without service. Cameras are rare when most moments arise.
There is a feeling like something is about to happen and that peeling away, even if for a second, is simply too risky.
And, per usual, that something always seems to happen.
This last weekend, over $3,000 was raised in support of the Boa Ogoi Cultural Center through yoga, sound baths, workshops, and one pretty spectacular poolside concert.
Days up here often blur into what feels like a time warp of weeks, or months, or lives. So, in that spirit, it may take us a few years worth of living to properly share the magic that surfaced from these last few days.
Cheers to everyone who helped make it possible and to Dave Brewer for keeping a camera close while the rest of us were lost in the moment!