5 thoughts on “Sunday Noon Nudist”

  1. I didn’t skydive. Very sad.

    You said the wildest thing “naked”… not “as a nudist.” be careful what you wish for. You may get it. I assume you mean something done in public…

    When I was in my 20s I did a lot of stripping and nude dancing in some very strange situations. Maybe a strip-o-gram for a dominatrix who was the emceeing a show (Surprise! It’s your birthday!) in front of a crowd of hundreds back when I was young and buff. Believe it or not, it was at a MENSA regional gathering at Asilomar. Managed to get off-stage before the park ranger showed up.

    I’m not so young and buff anymore. 🙁

    The wildest “nudist” thing… probably either the Bare to Breakers or the World Naked Bike Ride.

    Or taking “wild” in a different sense… probably nude backpacking on the Pacific Crest Trail.

    1. Skydiving is a thrill, believe me. I would, however, not attempt it any more now.

      And yes, I said naked. You caught that and it is what I wanted to write. Being someone who puts down many words a day, I tend to be very aware of them. 🙂

      Thank you for sharing your experiences, AuNatural!

  2. A year or two ago I came upon a suggested ‘100 (or ‘101’) Nudist Bucket List’. I bookmarked it; however it seems to have disappeared. I’ve searched again but cannot find it. I can only find ten item lists. If anyone has any ideas as to where I might find a longer one, kindly advise. Thanks in advance.

    “Wildest” is somewhat subjective but for me it would probably be a 2+ hour naked road trip to a naked pool party.

    Unfortunately, Covid-19 has put a rather definitive end to my participation in any nude, in-person events/activities for the summer and the forseeable future.

    I’m fortunate enough to live in a metro area that offered a plethora of nude activities until Covid hit:
    Nude Men’s Drawing
    Nude Yoga
    Nude Happy Hour
    Nude Kettlebell and various other exercise classes
    Nude Pool Parties
    … and a few other things that’ve slipped my mind.

    One can only hope that at some point in the future these will return.

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