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nuduke

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Re: Everyday Occurances
« Reply #15 on: September 30, 2015, 06:48:51 PM »
Hang on a tick!  Why are we talking about the supermoon in this topic?  Everyday Occurrences?  Is it right to classify lunar perigee syzygy which happens only every 30 odd years ad 'everyday'? :)

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Re: Everyday Occurances
« Reply #16 on: September 30, 2015, 07:24:31 PM »
I was on about a typical on again/off again clothes free weekend. These are naked amongst events (some clothed, some not). We had a spontaneous walk under the full moon in a public area...a short one, maybe ten minutes of ramble, an encounter of sorts, while doing outside domestic chores, a nice country carnude, and the sweat with friends. Free range fare.

Yea, part of the weekend contained this really fun clear night, but it is only context.

I dunno, where I'd put such a post filled with everyday nudity, but here. We weren't even able to be nude during the Blood moon eclipse, just as soon as we could afterward. Jus' sayin'.

This group may do a short hike up into the Tortolitas to a lookout and nude, one of these days, when a good full moon presents itself in good timing.
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« Reply #17 on: November 04, 2015, 09:27:08 PM »
Whew!

Last time I was here was almost 3 weeks ago.
So much to read (including Jbee's blog) and reply to.

Hope my posts don't put anyone to sleep.

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« Reply #18 on: November 05, 2015, 12:17:06 AM »
Whew!

Last time I was here was almost 3 weeks ago.
So much to read (including Jbee's blog) and reply to.

Hope my posts don't put anyone to sleep.

Duane
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« Reply #19 on: November 13, 2015, 01:30:12 AM »
There have been frequent rains for a long period. There is cooler (75F) weather, sun and clouds. The shadows that are just a tad longer give a certain distinction to everything. It just feels like that time of the year, a host of senses remembered from years past. Arizona Fall, an end to summer.

The antibiotics given to me for my injured foot a few weeks back have wrecked my immune system and I've caught something from a loving child. My throat is dry and harsh, my sinus twitches. I look outside. There is nothing like clear air and a bake in warm sunshine for illness. It is health.

Being laid up for weeks, it is a pleasure to be able to climb up on a rock without a wobble or pain. This is comforting, and healing. There is a pleasure to simply laying and observing the shapes, the colors, the lichen, the shadows of weathered granite. After stretching, basking, listening and meditating in various horizontal positions, I must move. I'm delighted to watch feet walking on the granite slab, indenting, curving and adapting with the uneven surface. I have waited weeks for this. Everything out here is healthy giving me example and thereby nurturing me.

I walk across the rock surface between the foliage that grows all around me. The air is clear to the massive mountains to the east. Amazing patterns of white fluff in the turquoise infinity will turn to colorful sunset. To the southwest, I watch this and out into the valley below. There lies a ridge of a small mountain range, then another and another still, each with a subtle distinction of hue. On the last, there is a telescope on Kitt Peak, so far away.

I haven't been getting out enough these weeks. There I stand, astounded and say to myself, "I can't believe that I live here in such a fantastic place. I am so very gifted."...

...Thank-you.
Jbee
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Re: Everyday Occurances
« Reply #20 on: November 13, 2015, 02:55:45 AM »
it seems that everything seasonal here is delayed a month. Instead of Grantland Rice's October sky it's a blue gray November sky. Big winds today, power outages reported, trees devoid of all leaves now. Seasonal death surrounds me along with the four horsemen; SAD, no tree cover, cold winds and rain. Outdoor nudity put on hold for the time being as the body adjusts to the coming winter. Indoors I walk comfortably on the carpet but even the ceramic floors have given up their summer warmth. But I'm glad to hear your out and about Jbee. Soak up all the healing that nature has to offer.
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« Reply #21 on: November 16, 2015, 11:09:56 PM »
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« Reply #22 on: November 16, 2015, 11:11:10 PM »
Just joking dear friend, Duane (from whom we like to hear frequently!!).
John :)

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« Reply #23 on: November 24, 2015, 08:55:12 AM »
I find myself waking early and wanting to know what the weather is doing. An early outdoor nude walk.to the gate soon tells me. I enjoy the early morning nude stroll. Nobody around to protest.
An early morning 3 km nude run seems to be in the past these days.

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« Reply #24 on: November 24, 2015, 07:08:30 PM »
Gosh, Peter
3km Nude.  Good range.
What time is early and where do you live?  Must be pretty isolated.
Would love to know a bit more about your environs that allows such freedom.
Somewhere warm I wager!

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« Reply #25 on: November 25, 2015, 04:21:58 PM »
My wish or dream is to have enough property for proper nude roaming and chores. As we age there seems to be a slight tug of war as the misses would prefer a condo style house. The only thing that we agree on is that it should be single story. Now to address the nude 3K run. Last year I did an RV repair on a friend of a friend's trailer at a nudist resort a few hours from here. They have a nude 5K run every year and it's on my bucket list if I could only stick to a training program. Now that winter is rapidly closing in on us details would be nice Peter as John (nuduke) said elsewhere.
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« Reply #26 on: February 15, 2016, 08:58:23 PM »
We are having a span of unusually high temps. My idea of perfect, 80F's. Friday, I was out clearing out debris and loose straw for the new sweat/sauna, nude work all day, good exercise and dreams of new creation. I got just about to sunburn, a nice rose, but a firm base coat under it. Drove to DF's place in town to prepare for Valentine's Day weekend. There was a benefit and an old high school/college buddy that I haven't seen for 35 years was in town, Sunday, so we decided to make Valentine's major celebration on Saturday. Anyway, I arrived naked with flowers in hand Friday night.

Saturday we got out of bed slowly and headed to Mira Vista Resort for the Day. We lounged by the pool, swam, conversed in the huge conversing Jacuzzi and played with the equipment in the weight room during the day. At sunset, we sat on a platform, watching the moon and clouds re-color as we ate a raw food dinner. There was a Valentine's Day dance there that evening. DF put on a red translucent scarf on her waist and I a hat, we slid into happy hour. The place filled up, The DJ commenced about eight-ish and we were surrounded by a standing room only crowd. It was bizarre to us. Here were over one hundred people. They were mostly plus 35 wearing sexy things and dancing their stuff. Just a few nude. A typical aunt Mildred and Uncle Bert out of her apron and he his jeans, but instead sporting revealing tease clothes that were fit only for up to five minutes in the bedroom. Well, we had fun. We like to dance. There was much fun going on and quite a sight to watch. We eventually retired to the smaller hotter jaccuzzi for quiet relaxation and an early start in the morning. When we got out of the relaxing bubbles, we heard many voices. Inspection, found over 25 people in the conversation pool and another 25+  still in the bar in revelry. The place jams.

Heading to Tortolita for the evening to meet my next door neighbor for a hike. They wanted to know the petroglyphs and hadn't been able to find them. They said that our nude hiking would be no problem. She had spent a couple of days with us nude at a party in Safford and he was okay with it, she said.

Our trek was two hours march to the ancient remnant. DF dropped top, then me pants on the way. I had had much sun the previous two days and my skin needed a rest. I kept a shirt on. When we arrived at the ancient carvings, DF and I stripped completely to enjoy the surfaces of the rock formations and have a nice lunch.

We went back another way. According to my friends GPS, we had a nine mile hike, through the rough terrain. We stretched and lay on bed for an hour upon return.

From there, a drive to the sweat for yet another benefit/fundraiser. Our muscles appreciated the heat and sweating. We sang and drummed. A didgeridoo played for a while. We were just too late for the first band and had to leave just before the second band to go visit mt ol' friend.

The feel of that warm sun on my bod is so wonderful. Having on pants for the ascent, I was amazed at the difference of flex and movement, when I took them off. I hadn't been hiking in pants in years, but the difference was apparent in moments. The breeze was a big plus in the warm afternoon's excursion and our clothed friends were hit by the heat obviously in comparison. Clothes are obsessive.

He told me on the way back down, that he had had trouble at the health club where he works out. Some guy had complained about him being nude, sitting on a towel in the sauna and gone to management. The next week there was a sign requiring "appropriate clothing." He said that nude was appropriate. "People were weird." So, we continued on into the topic of nudity, with the girls lagging behind on the trail. I suspect that changes are coming with those two. They have been living nude about the house, she said.
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« Reply #27 on: March 07, 2016, 04:20:10 PM »
Not so much everyday but often enough to comment about as the healing process is completed and we have returned to a near normal living situation. There seems to be an unwritten rule that when one is in the mood for companybor visitors they leave the door open with only a storm door at the entrance. Last night the misses was asked why our door appears to be closed much of the time. Besides needing her rest and recovery time from her illness she admitted that we or mostly I spend much time naked. But if our vehicle is in the lot just knock if you want to visit.

That tale was related as a prelude to the rest of the conversation which included sleeping preferences (4 out of 7 nude), visits to nude beaches (5 of 7)  and admitting they are nude at home (6 of 7). The one odd woman out admitted she felt that her body wasn't attractive enough even in her youth. And I was prompted by my misses to relate tales of my adventures both naked hiking and now kayaking. There is hope that the idea has been planted for a road trip to the east coast? 
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« Reply #28 on: December 26, 2016, 08:48:58 PM »
I have been working part time, slacks, tidy cotton white shirt, sport coat. It feels nice getting dressed up. I clean up pretty good. I drive to work, it is a fun gig that I look forward to. The weather has been kinda chilly, sometimes the house is chilly when I get home and I have to turn the heat on. Sometimes, at night I am scurrying back an forth unloading my car, to get out of the cold.

I take off my coat first and then sit down to untie my shoes and slip off my socks. After these periods dressed, which often take me out to some holiday activity afterwards, it feels unbelievably wonderful to be naked. To stroll about the house. I stretch, and reacquaint my body with the air. I notice the grip of my bare feet on the formerly slippery floor. I'll rub my hands across my nude body and up my thighs just for the realization of my liberty.

Each morning, I take a completely bare excursion out the front door. Usually, I climb up onto the sun-drenched slab of granite. The concrete patio is flat, shaded and cold. The natural granite is better and gives my body something to play with. The sun feels great, even if there is a nip to the temperature, or a wind, or a breeze that captures me, sometimes shockingly. I feel alive, and I gauge what I might put on to wear during my travels into town.

Yea, the community sweat is on hold, as there are two Sundays occupied as holidays. The weather and activities have curbed hiking. I haven't been dressed like this for a while. The contrast is significant.

The solstice has passed, the days are getting longer and spring is on its way. If the new weather has a pattern, it is the expectation of extremes. I'll bet that there will be some more unusually warm days, and maybe some cold before consistent warmth arrives. Until then, two naked bodies cozy under layers of thick fluffy covers, is fun.
Jbee
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Re: Everyday Occurances
« Reply #29 on: December 27, 2016, 03:51:12 PM »

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I have been working part time, slacks, tidy cotton white shirt, sport coat. It feels nice getting dressed up.
My goodness!  The fabric of the universe is crumbling!  JBee feeling good in clothes!  What next?  Donald Trump becoming a muslim?


Actually, you are 'au point' - contrast can make familiar things feel good.  When it's cold outside the house seems warm, when you bang your head against the wall it's nice when you stop etc etc! :)


In the winter here in the UK there's less nakedness so its nicer when the oppotunity to get nude arises.  In the summer, some days it feels sorta normal and you notice it less.  Some of being a nudist is to know you are nude and freed from the textile conventions.


So what's the employment that's got you into normal duds, Jbee!  The must be paying well!


John