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Drought: Northern California nudist colony running out of water




Lori Kay Stout, owner of the Lupin Lodge in Los Gatos, California.
Lori Kay Stout, owner of the Lupin Lodge in Los Gatos, California.
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California's ongoing drought has been taking its toll on towns throughout the state. 

One place that has been hit especially hard is the Lupin Lodge in northern California. It's one of five community water districts to land on an official state drought watch list. It also happens to be a nudist colony.

Lori Kay Stout, owner of Lupin Lodge, joins Take Two for more on the water-saving measures they've adopted in response to the drought.