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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« on: September 17, 2021, 12:36:49 AM »
Our stairs really creak when you pass over a couple or three of them - difficult to sneak out! :D
I have to admit I do find this handbook copy hard to read, Jbee.  You've got to hand it to Lookee for writing virtually a book of secret naturist craft but I'm afraid it doesn't really...er... flow easily under the eye! :) :)
John

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Trip reports / Re: Nude Across America Pt. 5: Green Aliens Everywhere
« on: September 17, 2021, 12:33:00 AM »
What is it about rural middle America that seems to make them want to erect giant fibreglass figures all over the place.  How does that giant Cowboy stay up in the wind and rain, I wonder?
John

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Free Range Naturism / Re: Naked on the Subway.
« on: September 17, 2021, 12:26:22 AM »
Unfortunately I can't see these videos as they up a screen saying adult content and require a login and I don't do vimeo and I don't really want yet another account and login etc. to add to the 3 myriads I already have!  Any hacking suggestions? :)
John

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Suggestions / Re: HACK! Selling faked Covid cards!
« on: September 17, 2021, 12:22:48 AM »
Sorry, don't understand, Jbee.  I can't find anything odd - can you e more specific?
John

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Trip reports / Re: Tunnels du Bens
« on: September 17, 2021, 12:16:58 AM »
How wonderful that you can hike essentially through an industrial landscape but that has reverted to such a wild and wandering path.  Great to see all the moss and ancient logs, wood etc.  Nice post, JMF.
Who is Patricia?  Nice to see a lady naturiist - they seem few and far between.
If I may ask a personal question...Do you have a partner, JMF?  If so, how do they relate to your naturism and that you are away hiking such a lot?

Comme c’est merveilleux que vous puissiez faire de la randonnée essentiellement à travers un paysage industriel, mais qui est revenu à un chemin aussi sauvage et errant.  Super de voir toute la mousse et les bûches anciennes, le bois, etc.  Bel article, JMF.
Qui est Patricia?  Agréable de voir une dame naturiiste - ils semblent peu nombreux et éloignés les uns des autres.
Si vous me permettez de poser une question personnelle... Avez-vous un partenaire, JMF?  Si oui, comment se rapportent-ils à votre naturisme et au fait que vous êtes parti faire autant de randonnées?


John/Jean

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Where does it end? Old clothing
« on: September 17, 2021, 12:00:17 AM »

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We of course hid the facts, that that is where we spent all of our days for two weeks.
;D ;D ;D
John


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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Daily picture
« on: September 16, 2021, 11:58:20 PM »
Not so hard to clock up another thousand posts or so as we keep up the chatting.
Hey, where is everyone?  The forum is a bit quiet at present.
John

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Naturism & Art / Re: Cover Girl!
« on: September 16, 2021, 11:55:28 PM »
No plans for a visit to Sherwood Forest at the moment but if you ever came to the UK and visited us, I could show you it (less than an hour's drive).
John

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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« on: September 07, 2021, 06:06:05 PM »
I don't think rattlesnakes realise they are evil or have evil intent therefore why do they give you evil vibes!? :)
I mean, I can see the value of having a 6th sense when there is danger around but I bet the rattlers are blissfully unaware of themselves or their intentions
John

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Free Range Naturism / Re: How was your month for Free Range Naturism?
« on: September 07, 2021, 06:02:52 PM »
That was fast! August is over!

I felt that too - the summer just crashed out a couple of weeks ago!  Feeling the SAD rising.


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DF is settled into, taking well to a naked retirement, that is spending more time at home and not having to get up get dressed and go to work.
Jbee
That sound like us!  We are hopeless at getting up in the mornings nowadays often breakfasting in bed and reading/doing emails etc till mid morning.  As a result we go to bed late and regret it the following morning so we stay in bed a bit longer.....!!
I'm glad she is finding retirement good (and it is!!) because hopefully we will all have a decade or two or even three of it if we retain our health.
John


John

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Trip reports / Re: Nude Across America: Pt.4: Someone Dear
« on: September 07, 2021, 05:56:05 PM »
Interesting architecture - looks amazingly primitive.  All mod cons inside?
This is a unique post - you are wearing clothes in every picture!!
The first picture of Smokey (the cardboard cartoon version) I felt reminded me just a tiny bit of Bob!!  ::) ;D
John

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Naturism & Art / Re: Cover Girl!
« on: September 07, 2021, 05:50:50 PM »
Nice article.  Today my wife went to a local coffee morning with local Womens Institute colleagues and the subject of nude people in Sherwood Forest (I'm sure you have heard of that - Robin Hood's hideout and all that) came up.  One woman opined that she had completely stopped going there because she had heard that there were naturists that walked in the forest (which there are!) and she wouldn't go near such disgusting behaviour.  The area, being a tourist attraction in the uk, is all made up paths and not a dense forest at all (but nice!) so any naturists would pretty inevitably have encounters with textiles.  My wife then reported that several others of the women there chimed in on the conversation and started clucking their intense disapproval!  I was gratified that she also said that she had added to the discussion by saying she would not mind and it wasn't a bad thing that people wanted to be naked. 


At the time of this conversation with my wife, It being a very hot day, we were in the living room cooling off from earlier sunbathing, she in a light sundress and me completely naked. She asked me to put something on.  "Nope!" I said "it's too hot, sorry.  I'll be naked all day" to which she just gave a non committal shrug and accepted it.  I've been naked since.  Incrementalism at work.  ARE YOU LISTENING LARRY! Thank you for your wisdom!
John



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Trip reports / Re: A UFO Sighting:
« on: September 07, 2021, 05:33:36 PM »
....Sometime down the line, we all will turn into the terrain that we inhabit.  ;)
Jbee
I was thinking of having a t shirt  printed saying "I am 100% compostable...and it's started already!" :D

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Daily picture
« on: September 07, 2021, 05:29:53 PM »
It worked for me today!
Wow what a busy active forum all in French.  French naturism seems to be very extensive (which I dimly remember a stat that it was).
I got Google to translate it but it's probably not one to join because of the language barrier and I came across one guy with almost 10,000 posts since 2014 so possibly a bit dominant.  However nice forum JMF and many of your pics were familiar to us here!


Seeing such a busy forum makes me wonder why we are such a small group here?
John

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Where does it end? Old clothing
« on: September 07, 2021, 05:21:13 PM »
It wasn't a particular article, Jbee but I came across a rash of them from the mid-end of last year.  here are a couple of links:
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-8315303/More-people-trying-naturism-lockdown.html
https://www.bucksfreepress.co.uk/news/19387000.bucks-naturist-club-sees-record-rise-membership-enquires-lockdown-eases/
https://headtopics.com/uk/there-s-nothing-weird-about-being-naked-inside-the-lockdown-naturism-boom-15367708
to name but a few.  What's interesting is that the stat from BN got wide press coverage.  They must be doing something right!

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Their practicality kept nudity within the family and nude bodies as matter of fact. It was and is an attitude
Does that mean your family was naturist when you were growing up?  If so that helps explain your command of the lifestyle today.

Re: the remarks you made on clothing, I was in London for the first time for 3 years on Sunday last and the weather was pretty warm (for England!) I noted (with not a little pleasure!!  ::) :o ) that the current fashions were for extremely short skirts, naked legs, open sandals and often a skimpy top.  So young women seeking less and less clothing that you opine seems to hold true for London at least.  In the interests of balance I also have to observe that the young men were often similarly attired in shorts and t shirt or singlet.  I have to say though, that if I was an attractive young chap or girl I would not wear such revealing fashions in central London, not because I'd be concerned for my safety or embarrassed to do so but that London is so dirty and adulterated by the ill-washed masses of humanity, that pass through it, that I wouldn't wish to expose my skin to the perpetually grubby environment - such things as underground rail seats, park benches, restaurant chairs and public toilets.  Young women don't seem to mind (or maybe they don't sit or pee!!! :D) You continental Americans are much cleaner and more hygienic on the whole (although that only goes for my experience of mid to southern USA and Canada.  I ain't been to New York or Chicago.  Maybe they are the same?)
John

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