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Naked_Archer

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Greetings from east central Scotland
« on: September 29, 2013, 09:45:55 AM »
Hello Karla & Stuart.  It's great to see you are back online - your adventures are very inspiring!

So I thought I'd introduce myself.  I see myself as a free range naturist at heart. Although I have dabbled in "club" naturism at club swims, I found that I much preferred to be naked in the great outdoors.  I also found the cost of getting to swims quite expensive (Fuel, entry, memberships etc).

I suppose I'm quite fortunate that in living in East Central Scotland I have quite easy access to lots of nice scenic free range naturism friendly places such as Perthshire hills, Ochills etc.
Unfortunately, being between employment at the moment means that funds ( and motivation!) are a bit limited, so can't really afford to travel far!  I have has some free range naturist adventures powered by (pedal) bicycle though - including one in the snow!  Despite my nickname I haven't partaken in naked archery!

So anyway, that's me saying Hello!

Naked Archer

stuart

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Re: Greetings from east central Scotland
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2013, 06:00:42 PM »
Welcome to the forum. As an ex-resident of Perthshire, I know just how lovely the country is where you are, however as someone who lived there for a while without a car, I also know just how frustrating it can be!

Are you near a railway station? There are some excellent hillwalks that are easily accessed by rail, especially if you have a bike and/or a tent.

Karla

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Re: Greetings from east central Scotland
« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2013, 07:16:09 PM »
I really miss the Ochils myself. I used to go paragliding there. I haven't actually ever taken my driving test, whenever I've got close to taking it, I've ended up moving and having to postpone it again. It became even more important to have a car for activities like paragliding and scuba diving. I remember when we got our car in Perthshire. It was evening and we decided to drive the route we normally walk to the nearest munro.

Anyway, welcome to the forum!

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Re: Greetings from east central Scotland
« Reply #3 on: October 04, 2013, 09:58:21 AM »
Thanks for the replies Karla and Stuart.  I do have a car, just having to minimise using it due to lack of funds.....