This year will be the 8th annual Bare Burro Nude 5K run, and at the suggestion of the guy who’s won more of those races than anyone else, this year will also feature a Naked Beer Mile Fun Run on Saturday April 22.
The concept of a Beer Mile is that you drink a 12oz beer as quickly as possible. Then run 1/4 mile. Then you drink another beer. And run another 1/4 mile. After four beers and 1 mile you’ve completed the race. And likely on your way to a very happy afternoon.
The event will be Saturday April 22 at Olive Dell Ranch in southern California. Start time is 3pm. It’s open to anyone who can drink and run, jog, skip, saunter, walk or crawl for one mile. For those who don’t enjoy beer, there is an option of a carbonated beverage like a cola or lemon-lime drink. Sorry but water, juices, milk or a double latte don’t qualify.
The cost is $10 to participate which includes the beer and specialty selected prizes for top finishers. You also need to buy a day pass to Olive Dell Ranch which range from $16 to $22 per person. That also gets you full access to the resort with swimming pool, jacuzzi, hiking trails, and an evening karaoke party. All naked of course.
There’s also plenty of camping and RV sites so you can make it a full weekend and do the Naked Beer Mile on Saturday and the Bare Burro Nude 5K on Sunday. Click here for a video about the Bare Burro and Olive Dell.
If you’d like to get more information as plans come together, and so we can plan for how many runners we’ll have, please complete the form below.
AANR Welcome Sign
We got to participate in the AANR Guinness Book of World Records skinny dip event at Desert Sun Resortin Palm Springs. It was a great event with general manager Michael Williams and his team at Desert Sun Resort keeping the whole thing fun, active and organized.
TV reporter looking hot and uncomfortable and hoping her make-up doesn\’t melt when she could have been skinny dipping.
There was a large and lively crowd, which is great considering it’s mid July and the forecast was for temperatures around 110 degrees. Near noon we set up our video camera to capture the event. Just when we thought we were cool, reporters and cameramen from several Palm Springs TV stations rolled in with huge broadcast cameras.
Everybody Naked and in the Pool
Despite all the cameras, just before noon, over 100 naked people showed up and began entering the pool The atmosphere was fun, lively and social. One group even did a semi-synchronized “nude dive” into the pool.
When you see that many people happy, relaxed and having fun it’s contagious. It reminds you that little kids are happy to run around naked. They don’t care what other people think. They know it feels good, and they find smiles and acceptance from others. But then we’re taught it’s wrong. We should be embarrassed or ashamed. That being natural and honest and having fun with others is somehow wrong. Too bad for all the people that feel that way, because according to some early estimates, more than 20,000 people got to enjoy how great skinny dipping feels last Saturday.
Our Camera Crew filming as people sign in that they were participants.
If you weren’t among them, we hope you’ll be one of them next year!
Your chance to be part of a world record is this Saturday, July 11. All you need is a smile, a fun attitude and a willingness to “expose” yourself to something new.
Nude recreation is fun. It’s natural. And in this over-complicated world where most of us are stressed about money – it’s a remarkably low cost thing to do. No fancy swim suits, no special equipment, no lessons, no tan lines.
All You Need is a Smile and Good Attitude
We’re going to be participating at the Desert Sun Resort in Palm Springs. We’re going to do a weekend report video, talk to some of the other participants and get in a few (at least a few) games of naked water volleyball.
The event is happening at nudist resorts, campgrounds and beaches around the country. It’s your opportunity to set a world record, and maybe a personal one too for the day you decided that life was about having natural fun.
See you in the pool!