It’s the end of the 1970’s and the only job available to an adventurous, small-town teen is a live-in position at a nearby nudist resort that’s been mostly a mystery to residents of the area. What do resort-goers do all day? How do they cope, being naked and around naked bodies all the time? And perhaps most important: where do they put their wallets?
The Naked Truth is the true story of my job at Four Seasons Nature Resort that filled my summer between high school and college. It’s where my resilience was tested, my illusions were shattered and any naivete soon vanished. It was also the last job I ever had that was unrelated to broadcasting as I began my now 30-year career in radio after leaving the resort.