Monday, August 17, 2015

Private (Naked) Resort

I love HGTV... Island Hunters must be my favorite of the shows, though (Property Brothers notwithstanding; those two are very handsome and funny). The last two episodes I've seen (probably in rerun) have been couples looking for a private island vacation spot. Invariably, the guys say one of the reasons they want a private island is so they can run around naked.


Well, I'm with them all the way. There's nothing better, really, than spending 24/7 naked. Though, I certainly don't care if others are around. But, sleep naked (you do, don't you?),

roll out of bed and take the morning whizz
and spend the day in total freedom; naked relaxation.


Or, just lying around
Anyone out there been to a naturist or clothing optional resort?
What did you think?


Xersex said...

for me being naked is related only to sex!
love last one, I'll use it soon!

wayne said...

I enjoy being naked and with other naked people.
Living in the California desert we have many gay clothing optional resorts and a few straight C O resorts. I have a number of married buds who drop by and we get naked and have drinks and chat about everything. It's a good and informative time--every topic from politics to you name it.

SickoRicko said...

Jerry and I go to a clothing-optional resort in Palm Springs, which is private but not very large. Years ago he used to go camping at an acreage in Pennsylvania that was clothing optional.

A French Patrick said...

When I was 16 years old, I lived in Tamatave in Madagascar. Madagascar is one and a half times bigger than France and, at that time, was ten times less populated. I left my home one week so as to go in the nature and to experiment to live completely naked and by my own ways there, half on the beach and half in the forest, without meeting anybody. It was wonderful and fifty three years later I remember it as if it was yesterday. It is a pity that you were not with me so as to share this experience and our youthness. It is another pity that we have no machine to go back in time. Ha ha, we will have not to forget it if we resuscitate at the same time in a next life.
I wish you a wondrous day, my dear friend, with a lot of bisous.


I want to find #10 in my kitchen one morning!!!! Thanks for your good wishes for my holiday! Hugs, Patrick :-)

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Those pics are showing how fun nudity can be. ^_^

Anonymous said...

We're going to St. Martin in October where there's a nude beach. I'm hoping we go as others in our group may not be as open to the idea. I've never been to a nude resort before so I hope its as great in person as I've imagined it to be. I'm looking forward to the sun and breeze all over me.

Fullmoonma said...

This is essential!

Been to Gay Naturists Gatherings in the Poconos several times - almost too much - 500+ naked men!

Weekends I go to the Rock River Swimming hole in Newfane VT - and when I'm home I'm naked much of the time. Love to mow the lawn naked!

For a number of years I was a regular at Easton Mountain in NY state - a spiritual retreat center where nudity was a part of community life.

whkattk said...

@ Wayne - Thanks for reading and for the comment! Always happy to hear from you. Isn't it great that guys can be naked together without assuming it must turn sexual?

whkattk said...

@ Anon - Enjoy the beach! Nude beaches are great!

whkattk said...

@ MFP - it sounds like a very lovely time. Yes, if we resucitate at the same time - I shall meet you there!

Anonymous said...

I enjoy being naked and we go to clothing optional resorts but ..... Why is it that everyone seems to be stroking their 'phones all the time. They can't leave them alone for more than a few minutes. It may sound silly but I worry about being photographed as I work in rather a sensitive job. I have seen pictures on the internet of people - perhaps on holiday - who appear to be unaware that they have been photographed. And once they have your picture, you have lost all control of it. It can go on the internet and then is there for anyone to see. Why can't they have clothing optional resorts where cameras, phones - anything which can take pictures - is banned?