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John P

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An early beach trip
« on: March 31, 2021, 04:50:17 AM »
This beach north of Boston is a fine place to enjoy a walk if there's a warm day in late winter or autumn. You can't go in summer, because it's part of a wildlife refuge, and they close the beach for seabird nesting. There are no staff patrolling or observing, so if you're willing to walk farther than most people go, you have a good chance of being able to get your clothes off!


You approach the beach over the dunes, via a boardwalk.

You might get the whole place to yourself, except for a guy taking pictures.

I was the only person there without shoes! Maybe everyone else thought their toes would become too numb to step.

I ended up very pleased with myself. (Pictures taken with the camera strapped to a piece of driftwood which I shoved into the sand.)

But you donít have to walk. You could just sit.

Yes, I did spend some of the time in freedom and comfort! I stayed dressed that way walking back, until I started seeing clothed people near the boardwalk.


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Re: An early beach trip
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2021, 09:04:55 AM »
Very nice feel to that place, John P.
And so deserted.  You wouldn't get that sort of isolation on such a quality of beach in the UK.
We FRNs are so selfish aren't we! We want huge tracts of landscape all to ourselves to walk naked in nature. And long may we continue to find such places.


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Re: An early beach trip
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2021, 04:36:24 AM »
I like solitude and I don't mind sharing a beach with a few others. It is the others that are selfishly requiring me to wear what they deem appropriate, like it is "their" beach. Live and let live....
Barefoot all over, all over.