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Trip reports / Re: 500th geocache
« Last post by jmf on October 22, 2019, 09:58:11 PM »
The report of this hike on my blog:
 http://www.randonnues.fr/?p=6052
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Free Range Naturism / Re: Newt 2020 - Naked European Walking Tour
« Last post by John P on October 22, 2019, 09:55:11 PM »
I won't be attending next year's NEWT, but I highly recommend it for anyone who can get there for a week. It's a unique opportunity to see some gorgeous scenery and meet some gorgeous naturists from around the world!
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Free Range Naturism / Newt 2020 - Naked European Walking Tour
« Last post by natfree on October 22, 2019, 11:23:47 AM »
NEWT 2020 – HUT GROUP – a hiking week somewhere in Austria- every day we do between 10 and 20 km hikes on alpine paths.

Participation fees 230 euros or the hut and accomodation and 60 euros for food. The participants are coming from many countries, This hikers group is an international mixed meeting ιvent.

People who comming from United States, Canada,.. are very welcome

To participate, please send a email to the leader : inac.natfree@gmail.com


NB. Please take care : every years this event is full booked – don’t wait to confirm your participation if you are sure to join the group. Only the first registrations can be confirmed. We have only 28 sleeping possibilities in the hut.

https://www.naktiv.net/events/newt-2020-hut-group/

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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« Last post by jbeegoode on October 22, 2019, 02:10:31 AM »
Fun! Has anyone ever done this but me and DF? We didn't use it for camouflage, but for the mineral content. Rambo!?!

https://thefreerangenaturist.org/2018/12/24/butts-in-the-shade-part-ii-muddled-up/

Jbee
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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« Last post by jbeegoode on October 22, 2019, 02:05:42 AM »
MUD LARKING: From TSNH:
A number of secret naturists have mentioned to me that they enjoy the feeling of walking barefoot in the wet mud of a footpath or in the fine silt or sand at a coastal estuary. I too also enjoy this activity and thought the subject might be developed further and a page included here in the web site.

Some research on the Internet revealed there are actually groups who specialise in getting covered in mud, with mud sliding being one of the most common. Mud sliding appears to be a most enjoyable activity where you find a muddy river bank with a good slope, strip off and slide into the water. Not having tried this activity, I can only assume it might be jolly good fun and it does seem like a suitable activity for the secret naturist.

I must admit that this does sound interesting. Imagine the feeling of mud squeezing between your toes, extended to your whole naked body! And when covered in mud you are also have natural camouflage to help keep you hidden from observers. As a footnote, I do recall Arnie getting covered in mud in Predator, and Stallone also did something similar in Rambo 2. There must be some interesting challenges we can build around this activity.

Okay, so where do you find suitable mud for this lark? Obvious places are at the coast, especially around river estuaries, and some ponds and lochs are also suitable for getting muddy. Most rivers will have good locations as well, although slow moving and meandering rivers are better than faster flowing upland rivers, as the slow current allows more sediment to settle.

One of the main problems with any location is the requirement for getting clean afterwards. Unless you are prepared, and able, to travel home in a rather messy state, you will need a good source of fresh water in which to get cleaned up. You should also bear in mind that without the use of a good shower you will not get clean enough to pass inspection at home, for example, from other family members. Although the excuse of simply falling in the mud might just be enough for you to get away with it.

Hints & tips:

•   Good clean water for washing is essential.
•   Test how deep the mud is before jumping in.
•   Check the tides if at the coast.
•   Remember to clean under finger & toe nails.
•   Note that most mud is very smelly!
•   Always keep your mouth shut!

The secret naturist looking for a challenge and a bit fun as well could try the sport of bog running. It's really dead simple. First find a suitable stretch of bog - upload peat bogs are ideal. Then you strip off and run as fast as possible across the bog. Be prepared to get very wet and very muddy, and I mean very, very wet and very, very muddy!

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Introductions / Re: Hello from So TX and NY
« Last post by Traveler03 on October 21, 2019, 06:18:59 PM »
Thanks John. I just got started into checking out all the topics.
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Trip reports / Re: An Ionian yachting week.
« Last post by harzman on October 21, 2019, 05:18:05 PM »
Such a sailing trip would be my dream.

But I have a question: How do the sailors on other yachts react to you? And did you get dressed again before you went back to the harbor?
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Introductions / Re: Hello from Germany
« Last post by harzman on October 21, 2019, 05:15:34 PM »
Could you tell us more, maybe with some pictures about your trail in Germany?

Thanks for the welcome!

Unfortunately I don't have any pictures. But you can find more information here (it's in German,
but Google Translate will do a great job ;-)):

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harzer_Naturistenstieg



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Introductions / Re: Hello from So TX and NY
« Last post by John P on October 21, 2019, 12:19:09 AM »
Hello Traveler! Welcome to Freerangenaturism, and I hope you'll be finding a lot to talk about.
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Introductions / Hello from So TX and NY
« Last post by Traveler03 on October 20, 2019, 10:47:29 PM »
70 year old that loves to be nude especially outdoors.
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