Success! The 2021 season at Feathered Pipe has come to a close. It was a magical summer on many levels. While dealing with moving through the intensities of losing my mother, Feathered Pipe founder India Supera, and facing prolonged pandemic anxieties, we put our collective energy into improving every aspect of the Ranch experience making it an incredible restart and revival.
Over 400 guests came to learn, decompress, and be part of this awesome community. Together we enjoyed heart-to-heart conversations, prepared-with-love food, and musical performances, amidst the well-tended spaces, the outdoor nature deck, and forest.
We redoubled our commitment to sustainable food sources and estimate that we served up 95% Organically Grown and 75% Montana-grown food! Perhaps the coolest thing though was the atmosphere and staff. It’s the welcoming friendly environment that fills the soul. With love and dedication to continuing the Feathered Pipe legacy, many second and third generation people came to work, teach, and share their many talents at the Ranch. (More stories to come about the next generations of Feathered Pipe. They deserve their own newsletter.) All in all, I’d call it a success!
Onward towards 2022
Did you miss it in 2021 or can’t wait to come back and do it again? You are in luck because just as we shut down the Ranch for its seasonal hibernation, we are simultaneously gearing up for 2022. We are excited to open up registrations for our main season retreats now! (The full season will be available within the next month.)
I don’t know about you, but I always love to have my next trip—especially with friends—in the horizon. It’s something fun to dream about to help make it through dreary days. So why not put it on your calendar too and we’ll meet you there.
Looking forward to seeing you all again.
Executive Director of the Feathered Pipe Foundation