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ITB GALLERY

Just thought I would take the oportunity to comment on the gallery, there are some really lovely pictures, both people and places, and its nice , where you can see it, that everyone has a lovely smile on their faces, I think thats nature for you,, the end ,,

So we people offshore can join

Well seems the Good News is we don't have to wait till we hit ole blighty before becoming paid members. Well in case people read our profile and didn't thing we'd stick it out, sorry to disappoint ya, lol. We are here to stay as we believe our lifestyle is as relevant as anyone elses in here and that the nudist brigade is made up of all different kinds. PLease feel free to message us just because we are who we are there is no need to be scared were not gonna try jump ya or come onto ya, what you take us for ha ha ha...

Giving up smoking

Hi all I have given up smoking a week now, have joined a quit smoking group, doing well so far not had one since last Tuesday 2/6/09.

Thank you all for the comments. Still doing well, and its great to know so many others have done it, my partner is a non smoker, and when I did smoke I always smoked outside, in all weather, how sad is that, ( my choise not his ). Thanks again.

SECOND HAND BUFFER

Thought I would just add a note about me. This is my second time here as a subscibed member, hence the second hand buffer title,if you have seen my album that will explain the words with out pictures, Im hoping to get them back. Myself and partner are both naturist, though she is not into the social scene, but loves being naked on the beach with me, tried a club once, in Norfolk, but wasnt very comfortable with it, hopefully one day she will come round.

The weather!

Well what a week this has been - digging storm drains in the rain! I guess the good thing is that at least I know they work.

Our groundwork contractor has been very slow so I am a little behind where I wanted to be for getting running by end of June - but it will still happen.

The first chalet arrives on Monday 8th June so it will be all hands to the pumps to get it ready for use.

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Well......

Well.... we went the week after Easter but the weather was reeeeally cold with a steady NE wind and no sun....:(

We're back home now with the hope of a nice day for WNGD!

You know I am an optimist!

Sunday 15 March 2009 - First warm day to go nude !

Hello one and all

Well finally the weather improved enough for me to take a cycle along to the beach at Portslade (Shoreham Harbour to non-locals) and was pleasantly pleased to unexpectedly see several other naturists finally on the beach enjoying the weather. The sun was warm, the sea calm, and a nice cool breeze against the naked skin - FAB!

New pics!

I have today been busy with the camera again! Taken some new shots in my new ensuite. Its a sub-album off my main one, please take a look and tell me what you think. Taken early morning as the light was fantastic again!
Rob

Holidays

Having been a naturist for many years I realise that I have never actually been on a 'naturist holiday'. I know my wife would not accompany me (and may be I wouldn't want her to BiggrinBiggrin :yuck: ) Alternatives ...... Anyone else in the same position and interetsed in an off-peak (i.e. non school holidays) week in the sun in Europe? (If so, please Message me)

Last of the Summer Moor

Well, after the lousy summer, you have to get out and about when you can. I tool the opportunity toady of having what is probably the last visit this year to Staines Moor. The moor is just a piece of scrubland, 2 rivers and a few bushes between M25, A30 and Heathrow airport. Its not well used and apart from the odd dog walker, I can be free to wander naked to my hearts content. I always keep a small pair of field glasses with me so that I can spy people that enter the moor and approach too close. I either dress or move on.
Today, I cycled to and across the moor. The tracks are well used but suffered from flooding last year. This year the flooding has not been so bad, but some of the tracks are still very boggy. I had to hose down the bike when I got home.

Seven go to Dublin

Seven go to Dublin (Non-naturist)

Well, seven intrepid travellers were all set to make a day trip for a whirl wind tour of Dublin on Saturday 9th August 2008.
Bookings were made online with bmi and all documents printed so that there was no waiting at the airport.
Ian (windsoruk) and Mark were going to the airport by taxi and William (Admin), Philip, Tricia, Brenda and myself were setting off by car, so it was up by 5 am ready for the off for check in at 6 am.
Under grey skies we parked the car and got on the bus to get to the terminal building where we met up with Ian and Mark.
Desperately needing coffee we got ourselves booked in with our pre-printed boarding passes and hunted down a coffee bar.
Our flight left at 7 am and we arrived on time in a grey, drizzly Dublin. It turned out it was going to be a coats on / coats off day.
We picked up our pre-booked Dublin Passes (a pre-paid attractions admission card, so no queuing), City Tour Hop On Hop Off bus passes, Dublin Pass Guides and Aircoach tickets and were off on the coach for the 20 minute journey into Dublin City.
Being a whirl wind tour William had set us an itinerary so we could make the most of our day.

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