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Trip reports / Re: My Canal Boat Trip 2015
« on: August 25, 2015, 06:23:34 PM »

After we had undressed I felt the urgent need to dispose of a certain amount of excess fluid while M was occupying the bathroom so, the canal and towpath being very quiet, I went out on the bows and watered the towpath grass.

Its been said that there is nothing else as much fun as messing around with a boat.

I'm sure the towpath grass will be more green for getting additional "love" this morning. 

General Naturism Discussion / Re: Nudes in the news
« on: August 24, 2015, 02:00:50 AM »
I may side with the nude-but-disturbed camp in this case.
What possessed the man to exercise his nudity in such an inappropriate place?

I'm sorry but I disagree that there is any inappropriate place for human beings to be seen as human beings.   I strongly disagree with those who attack and shame this priest. 

Free Range Naturism / Re: "Truly Naked Hiking"
« on: August 13, 2015, 11:37:55 PM »
I agree with you guys mostly, but i wear a hat which I think of more as a "sun screen" than clothing.  I no longer have natural cover on top of my head, and I won't use any of that chemical crap.

Free Range Naturism / Re: Driving Naked
« on: August 12, 2015, 04:28:10 PM »
I live far enough out of town to conserve my energy and gas. I just make a list of stops, or do errands on my way to do, or from  something else. This makes carnuding a chore in itself, because of all of the dressing, undressing. If no stops I carnude, if the last stop is far enough from home, I'm undressed in the parking lot.

I understand how getting pants off and on several times is inconvenient.  I live about 12 miles from a small town and 30 miles if I need to go to the city for something.   So It works out to drive nude until I get to the first store.  Then I go about my errands covered until the last stop.  Then off go the pants or shorts and shirt for the relaxing drive home through the country.   We really don't have places to stop for anything along the way to town or back from town.

As for underwear of any kind, I quit wearing any of that stuff back around 1990.  Its not the underwear that bunches up while driving, its the pants that bunch up a little more with each bump that the car hits. 


I started using the term "plod" in these forums because the UK friends used it and the description seemed to fit. 

General Naturism Discussion / Re: Photo Topic. Tunnels and Bridges
« on: August 11, 2015, 11:22:55 PM »
Quote from: Tony
The pale spot in the centre is the daylight at the end of the tunnel.

Oh, relief, I thought that was the oncoming train!

It would have to be a road train if it was! They haven't got that far yet, thank goodness.


In the photo I posted at the start of this topic you can't see the other end because there is a curve in the middle of the tunnel.   Bring a flashlight or torch (for you UK folks).   Its not a good place to ride a bike, get off and walk through the tunnel.   I also worry a little about what animals may be seeking shelter in there. 

Free Range Naturism / Driving Naked
« on: August 11, 2015, 11:20:14 PM »
Driving Naked:

I'm surprised this forum doesn't have a topic for driving naked.   Personally I prefer to drive naked because the slow bounce on a car seat causes my pants or shorts to bunch up around my crotch and is uncomfortable.  It also raised the back of my shirt a little more with each bounce in the road. 

Yesterday I drove into Spokane to do some shopping, about 30 miles each way.  As I was driving to town I pass through some farming area.   I pulled over once to let a big tractor and farm machine of some kind go by.  For no apparent reason I got out of my car as soon as they had passed, walked around the car, got back in, and drove on.  It just felt good to be standing outside naked in the sun.  This photo is not from today but it hasn't been posted on this forum yet and its from another local driving naked days.

My trip took me through the middle of the city on I-90 and down to a recycling place to sell my empty soda cans.  I parked near an apartment garage, got out, put on my pants and shirt, got in and drove to the recyclers. My Mustang is difficult to remove or add clothes while inside.   Then I went a couple miles clothed to Lowe's building supply where I shopped barefoot but wearing shorts and shirt.  Coming out I stood in the Lowe's parking lot next to my car and removed my outfit before getting in and driving off. 

Today I needed to drive my wife to town this morning because her car is having new ball joints installed.  I don't drive naked with her because she is all about "what would the neighbors think," and I get enough flack just going barefoot in her company.  She accepts me naked at home, but driving with me naked in town would freak her out.  So once I dropped her off I needed to get naked again for the trip home.  I pulled into a residential neighborhood, got out and removed my clothes.   Then part way home I sopped, got out and walked around the car again.  The weather is warm and the sun feels so good.

After I got home I went for a walk to the far end of my land, not quite 1/2 mile. 

So this is my recent experience driving naked.   Now we have a topic and you all can share your stories. 

General Naturism Discussion / Re: Nudes in the news
« on: August 11, 2015, 10:48:38 PM »
It seems that the fundamentalist element of the Muslims is seen more in the populated areas of the country. In my neck of the woods there are the same fundamentalists only they say they are Christian.

Around here the Jesus folks have been attacking coffee places with bare nipple baristas.   The concept of tolerance is beyond them. 

How and why the Muslim's have a free pass so to speak when other non-Christian faiths or beliefs have been attacked is beyond me.

MONEY.   Muslims have big money organizations and governments pushing their agendas. 


General Naturism Discussion / Re: Nudes in the news
« on: August 10, 2015, 08:09:56 PM »
Contrary to what Bob asserts, that there seems to be more nudity and more acceptance of it, there seems to also be a back peddling in some quarters of what is defined as odd behavior.

There are forces going both directions, Duane.   We have a huge migration of Muslims who won't even show their faces in public and demand that nobody else does either.   The issue is not settled yet.


General Naturism Discussion / Re: Nudes in the news
« on: August 10, 2015, 08:05:02 PM »
A theatrical event at the Edinburgh Festival in which artistes get naked and chuck paint at each other.


The artists find an excuse to get naked.  The Guardian finds an excuse to publish photos of naked human beings.   And nobody has a hissy fit about either.  Both are becoming more common because naked humans are becoming more acceptable to many people.


General Naturism Discussion / Re: Nudes in the news
« on: August 10, 2015, 03:42:11 PM »
There seems to be more articles lately about naked people doing dumb things, like getting naked after taking recreational drugs and crashing cars.  To me its a sign that more people are getting naked, and some of them end up in the news for whatever reasons.  Naked people probably do as many stupid things as clothed people (other than clothes being stupid). 

I see it as a sign that there are more naked people in total.  I also see that the police are arresting him for crashing cars, etc., but not for being naked.   If he had continued to drive naked without crashing, nobody would have minded. 

Introductions / Re: Hello
« on: August 09, 2015, 12:44:15 AM »
Welcome to the forum. 

General Naturism Discussion / Re: Photo Topic. Tunnels and Bridges
« on: August 08, 2015, 02:32:12 PM »
Quote from: Bob
And we are becoming more and more

Interesting observation, Bob.  Any evidence?  Or just natural optimism?


Maybe its just because the Internet makes people more public, but I've seen a lot more discussion of public nudity in the last few years than any time in my life.   

General Naturism Discussion / Re: Photo Topic. Tunnels and Bridges
« on: August 06, 2015, 08:42:21 PM »
I had no responses whatsoever on that boat trip.

Interesting.   In the last few years I've noticed that the general public is more accepting of naked people and less likely to make any overt response.   Little by little as we get seen naked we make naked into common.  And we are becoming more and more. 


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