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Free Range Naturism / Re: How was your month for Free Range Naturism?
« on: September 05, 2019, 02:31:14 PM »
As ever,  my daily walks have been enjoyable irrespective of the weather.  Yesterday saw a funny event.  I was walking naked as usual,  convinced I was alone. I heard the giggles first and then saw the shadow.  It was a low flying hot air balloon :-)

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Free Range Naturism / Re: Nudity in Temperature Extremes
« on: August 19, 2019, 10:49:22 AM »
Our midges have been brought up on Irn Bru and deep fried Mars bars, they don't put up with any nonsense. Mind you I did 26.6 miles Dundee Kilt Walk yesterday and not one was brave enough to eat us hardy hikers :-)

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Wimp :-). I walk naked in the hills most days irrespective of the weather. Safety limits are -2c and no lightning.

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Free Range Naturism / Re: Nudity in Temperature Extremes
« on: August 06, 2019, 01:24:03 AM »
I got back from the hills after walking naked in the rain. It was sensual. I was only cold once i got dressed and my clothes became wet. My first charity walk is next Sunday (25 miles), two weeks later (26 miles) and finally a 14 miler over summits. Training will get me there

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Free Range Naturism / Re: Nudity in Temperature Extremes
« on: August 01, 2019, 01:51:06 AM »
I'm in training for some charity fund raising walks and me and the dog were out walking the hills for eight hours. At one point we had to walk alongside a field which overgrown and was a strip of nettles, broom and thistle. Only a couple on hundred yards but every part of my body, up to my neck, was scratched. The warmth was nice but sometimes the winter die back has its benefits.

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Using the recipes onhere, we made our first batch of sun tan "cream". It was very oily / greasy because of the shea butter and oil but it smelt wonderful and seemed very comfortable o wear and easy to put on. I have not had any reactions and certainly more happy with this than chemicals. I didnt seem to be bothered by midges either, an unexpected bonus.

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As you say, another thing to think about. I do like the idea of making my own. I think i am fortunate in that I dont lie in the sun. I start at about 7:30am when the sun is weak and am usually off the hills by 11:30am whilst the sun is yet to get into its stride. Living in Scotland means that at least half the days in the year will be overcast.

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Incredibly funny joke
« on: May 18, 2019, 09:59:06 AM »
Lol. I now don't know if the answers are banter or not hehehe.

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Free Range Naturism / Re: Gardening in Arizona
« on: May 16, 2019, 08:51:32 AM »
Hi John.

Agree with most of the comments but, as ex Warlingham / Woldingham resident we both know that there is plenty of land but designated green belt and Heaven help any politician who says the green belt should be built on. Indeed, the NIMBY brigade would be out in force.

You know what they are like, obsessed with green but they import oil and gas from all over the world rather than use the Portland and Kimmeridge stuff that your house is sitting on. There is 40 years of conventional oil and gas right there, right now but the NIMBYs and Swampies are out in force at any hint of development. Building decent properties, especially affordable properties, is difficult

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Free Range Naturism / Re: Plans for 2019
« on: April 17, 2019, 12:37:05 AM »
I have signed up for two 26 mile charity fund raising walks in August. One for Macmillan Cancer Support and the other for Andy's Mens Club. Unfortunately, i will be clothed in both and sweating like a pig

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Free Range Naturism / Re: How was your month for Free Range Naturism?
« on: April 13, 2019, 08:31:32 PM »
Well I was out in the hills yesterday in training for my 2 x 26 mile charity walks later this year. All but 30 mins I was naked. I bumped into two ladies who were probably in there late 60s. I helped them get to their destination and walked with them for an hour to get them to a recognisable spot. They werent in the least bit bothered that i was naked.

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Free Range Naturism / Re: How was your month for Free Range Naturism?
« on: April 03, 2019, 09:14:49 PM »
Hi JBG

My textile friend is a professional dog hiker. He will walk the more difficult dogs for two hours (rather than just 30 mins to an hour most do). He takes the dogs over the same hills and bump into each other maybe three times a week.

We will walk together and chat about everything. Today it was books about Romany life. Another time it was about Roman Legions in Scotland. We just chat and walk while our dogs play. We must look a strange pair, him wrapped up, me naked.

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Free Range Naturism / Re: How was your month for Free Range Naturism?
« on: April 03, 2019, 02:02:19 PM »
Hi Davie.

Agreed, I use the wind chill calculator every winter day and today. I was up walking naked for 3 hours this morning in a bitter, northerly wind of 20mph. It took the temperature down from +3c to -3c. It is something everyone needs to be aware of. My skin was frost nipped and when I ran into a textile I know well, he commented on the change of skin colour.


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Free Range Naturism / Re: How was your month for Free Range Naturism?
« on: April 03, 2019, 01:09:12 AM »
Hi JBG

The rucksack I carry is really there to hold clothes, first aid kit, maps, spare gloves and socks, water and lunch. Nothing too heavy though I have never weighed it.

As for heights, the Sidlaw hills are mainly in the region of 300m to 400m , nothing strenuous. When I do a serious walk, a Munro, then everything is over 900 metres.

Once walking, you get used to chilly winds and low temperatures.

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Free Range Naturism / Re: How was your month for Free Range Naturism?
« on: March 30, 2019, 11:52:49 PM »
Im in Scotland and walked the Sidlaw hills for 7 hours yesterday, all but 30 mins naked (got dressed to pass by a couple of houses and cross a busy road). A good 13-14 mile walk. Did a 10 mile walk today, all good training for the two 26 mile charity walks i will be doing in August.

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