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greetings from somerset
« on: September 09, 2013, 11:15:27 PM »
greetings from a currently chilly somerset, ive only just found this site cos it was mentioned on another forum.
  Ive been a free range naturist for years, either just rambling in the somerset countryside , at home  or  whilst at work..   i just dont see the point of wearing clothes when id be more comfortable without them.  I dont like lounging arround in the sun, i rather be wandering round a shady wood, weve several locally which though they belong to bodies like the national trust, woodland trust etc and are  open to the public are often deserted ,though i do occasionally see the odd dog walker but theyre  usually easily avoided. 
Things have been rather busy this year and ive not had many opportunities to get away for a free range ramble which has encoraged me to discuss naked gardening with a select few of my clients.... ive done secretive naked gardening or property maintainance for years when clients havnt been arround,usually cos theyre  on holiday, at work or gone shopping... anyway ive now got a few  gardens where i  can work naked when the weathers suitable whether the clients at home or not. 


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Re: greetings from somerset
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2013, 08:26:29 PM »
Welcome ric!

Somerset is a nice part of the world! Not too built up but not as bleak as Cornwall can be. Stuart and I are keen gardeners ourselves, although at the moment all we have is a balcony. I normally grow lots of unusual fruit and vegetables although because I don't have enough room I'm only growing superhot chillies at the moment. I've never had the chance to do any naked gardening. The most I've ever had access to is a very small garden which I normally cram every spare inch full of plants in pots.