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Clothing Optional RVing: “But I Don’t Wanna Get Dressed!”

By Nomadic Nudists Posted  in Bare Journeys

To me business is business, but there are mobile RV repairmen who refuse to go to a clothing optional resort. One time at Cedar Creek Resort in South Carolina, we couldn’t get a repairman to come look at our motorhome because his girlfriend wouldn’t let him!

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What Do Nudists Really Do? Part 8

By Ted Peck Posted  in Bare Journeys

A few weekends ago I flew to Tampa and got a shuttle to near Land ‘O Lakes, FL. When I was not in the AANR meetings I roamed the Lake Como Resort grounds. If David Letterman knew about Lake Como, he would call it “a happenin’ place.”

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Nudist Membership Has Privileges

By Tim Mullins Posted  in Bare Journeys

One of the perks of having a Laguna del Sol gold membership is the chance to spend 15 days per year at their sister resort Mira Vista outside Tucson without paying day fees. My wife and I recently spent two days at the lovely Mira Vista Resort.

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What Do Nudists Really Do? Part 7

By Ted Peck Posted  in Bare Journeys

Yes, Nudists really do attend meetings where they work to promote and protect family social nudism. At Star Ranch Nudist Resort I recently represented the Southwest Region of AANR International as I’m chair of the Planning and Goals Committee.

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Cypress Cove Nudist Resort Hosts Nude Yoga Retreat

By News Release Posted  in Bare Journeys

Cypress Cove Nudist Resort, one of the largest and most well-known nudist resorts in North America, is hosting a nude yoga retreat on May 17-19 at the resort grounds in Kissimmee, Florida. Titled “The Body Sacred,” the weekend-long retreat will feature two of the leading figures behind the growing nude yoga movement in the U.S.

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Cypress Cove Denounces Social Media Nudity Purge

By News Release Posted  in Bare Journeys

Since the American Nudist movement began nearly one hundred years ago, nudists have worked diligently to educate society about the difference between showing the human body in a natural way versus exploiting it as a sexual object. There really is such a thing as wholesome nudity.

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What Do Nudists Really Do – Part 6

By Ted Peck Posted  in Bare Journeys

I went back to Faywood the day after Christmas. Some more recent history of Faywood: Several years after Elon and Wanda re-opened Faywood Hot Springs, Elon died. Wanda continued to run the place a couple of years while trying to sell it.

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Nude Nature Hiking in Oregon

By Siskiyou Bares Posted  in Bare Journeys

The Hiking Oregon Naturally Annual Tour known as HONAT, began as an idea to replicate the Nude European Walking Tour (NEWT) that my wife and I participated in during the summer of 2016.

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What Do Nudists Really Do? – Part 5

By Ted Peck Posted  in Bare Journeys

Faywood Hot Springs offers clothing optional soaking tubs and cabins for overnight accommodations. Faywood is between Deming and Silver City, New Mexico, about 25 miles north of I-25. There is a trail between the two cities for great clothing optional hikes in the desert.

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Nudity on Florida Public Beaches

By Ralph Collinson Posted  in Bare Journeys

Florida has long been known as the “Nudist Capital of North America”, with our high concentration of naturist clubs on the west coast of Florida. However, nudity on South Florida Public Beaches is also quite popular. The four beaches that I will discuss here are all officially sanctioned as Nude Beaches and as long as your behavior is appropriate.

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