Deep Creek antics on the trail
I love nude manual labor. Be it gardening in the back yard, washing the car, or helping a friend move. There’s no worry about getting clothes dirty, caught, or ripped* (who likes pealing off sticky, sweaty clothing?)
If I ever do get too warm or sweaty, I just hose myself down and let my body air dry. I also stay hydrated at all times possible. (Sweat is constantly removing toxins from your body and being nude only accelerates the process. Don’t skimp on the water to replenish the body.).
So get out there and join the nude workforce.
*Safety first. There are inherent risks when working nude, but proper precautions will minimize the risk of accident and injury no matter what one might or might not be wearing.
Text by me. Photo from: Ian’s Naturism
Sykes Hot Springs
“I’m working on being ‘comfortable in my skin.’ No time has this statement ever been more literally true than today. This photo shoot definitely pushed my boundaries of being that. So instead, I pushed back. I pushed the insecurities out of my head. There was nothing I could do about it. I knew Jade wasn’t going to photoshop the pictures. Either get over it and be the positive role model of being comfortable in my own skin no matter what, or don’t do the shoot.”
Wow. What an awesome view. Take me there! …he can stay if he wants.
Ohh Hii Seimsdalen ;-) #seimsdalen #middagshaugen #årdal #mittårdal #naking #nakingofnorway
Donna of Sycamore Hollow Nudist Club in Kansas. A 1960’s era nudist