Guests can be an
amusing diversion, taken in the right amount and of an
Please keep in
mind, our little compound is a gay retreat that is
first and foremost for the enjoyment of the compound
members. None of us should ever be put in a
situation where we feel we cannot be completely
ourselves - whatever that means to each of us.
Here are some helpful tips
Check before you invite.
we're going to have a full house, that's not a good time
bring a guest. No room
(not to mention
the wait for the bathroom)! So, see how many
members are planning to come down
before you invite your
Where they sleep. A
cardinal rule is "paying members always have a place to
sleep." In other words, they get
first dibs. Guests
get what's left, unless they're
sleeping with you. In
that case, they're fair game for gossip.
Designated sleeping areas only.
We frown on people sleeping on the floor, the
porch, or the deck. We're not 22 anymore and
we certainly aren't a bunch of frat boys in Wildwood.
Everything in its place.
That means no open suitcases or clothes strewn
Please...do you live like that at home? (If you do, fine,
but not here). We like to keep those sort
tastefully out of sight.
Frequently recurring guests can
expect the following dialog upon arrival:
First Visit: Lovely to see you.
Second visit: Back so soon?
Third Visit: You know, the Breakers is just down
Fourth visit: Where's your money?