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CO places in Vegas area
      #1443007 - 09/25/12 10:39 PM (173.79.7.84)

We're going to be in Las Vegas in December and would like to know if there are any clothing optional resorts/hotels in the area where we could stay for a couple nights.

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: DnCnVA]
      #1443035 - 09/26/12 08:01 AM (108.117.53.145)

Vegas in December could be COLD, you know.

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1443146 - 09/26/12 02:35 PM (71.88.222.58)


Las Vegas Average Temperatures:

December: Average High: 58 F (14 C)

Average Low: 34 F (1 C)


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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: Anonymous]
      #1443151 - 09/26/12 02:57 PM (71.101.41.196)

I'm not sure whether you're posting that to agree with me or disagree, but to me that is VERY cold!!

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1443229 - 09/26/12 09:36 PM (71.88.222.58)

I absolutely was agreeing with you. Too cold to be nude.

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: DnCnVA]
      #1443348 - 09/27/12 04:02 PM (12.18.245.220)

Been there in December. You will freeze your butts off being nude.

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: Anonymous]
      #1443485 - 09/28/12 10:00 AM (173.79.7.84)

Yikes ! Hadn't thought about that, for some reason thinking "desert" = "hot" but deserts CAN be cold in winter. Have to change our plans, will look for a hotel room we can be naked in Thanks.

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: DnCnVA]
      #1443535 - 09/28/12 01:33 PM (69.250.111.143)

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DnCnVA said:
Yikes ! Hadn't thought about that, for some reason thinking "desert" = "hot" but deserts CAN be cold in winter. Have to change our plans, will look for a hotel room we can be naked in Thanks.




I know where there is a nice year-around clothes free resort in the mountains of eastern West Virginia....90 minutes from Reston.



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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: Bill_S]
      #1443555 - 09/28/12 02:12 PM (71.101.41.196)

..and the indoor swimming pool is warm, even in winter! Nice place, great people!

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: Bill_S]
      #1443619 - 09/28/12 06:02 PM (173.79.7.84)

We've considered going to Avalon, but my wife wants to wait til she's fully retired out of her career. In any event, we've changed plans for December and will be staying at Terra Cotta in Palm Springs. Not exactly hot there in December but doable with sun

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: DnCnVA]
      #1443621 - 09/28/12 06:19 PM (108.117.53.145)

OK, I understand. Enjoy your trip to Palm Springs!

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: DnCnVA]
      #1443627 - 09/28/12 07:19 PM (69.250.111.143)

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DnCnVA said:
We've considered going to Avalon, but my wife wants to wait til she's fully retired out of her career. In any event, we've changed plans for December and will be staying at Terra Cotta in Palm Springs. Not exactly hot there in December but doable with sun




We understand completely, both being in the same community. But what we found is that we have lots of company, and the chance encounters with others in the same career fields are best described by the commonly expressed surprised greeting: "You too?!?" Followed by a lot of laughing.



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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: Bill_S]
      #1443741 - 09/29/12 02:20 PM (64.203.46.170)

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Bill_S said:
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DnCnVA said:
We've considered going to Avalon, but my wife wants to wait til she's fully retired out of her career. [.....]




We understand completely, both being in the same community. But what we found is that we have lots of company, and the chance encounters with others in the same career fields are best described by the commonly expressed surprised greeting: "You too?!?" Followed by a lot of laughing.




Hmmm.... I'm thinking "Kate Middleton moment" if your wife is in the public eye, or "career-ending event" if she is a school teacher or a phys ed coach. If that were the case for me, think I'd wait until retirement, too!

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: Reginald Guy]
      #1443788 - 09/29/12 09:29 PM (69.250.111.143)

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Anonymous said:
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Bill_S said:
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DnCnVA said:
We've considered going to Avalon, but my wife wants to wait til she's fully retired out of her career. [.....]




We understand completely, both being in the same community. But what we found is that we have lots of company, and the chance encounters with others in the same career fields are best described by the commonly expressed surprised greeting: "You too?!?" Followed by a lot of laughing.




Hmmm.... I'm thinking "Kate Middleton moment" if your wife is in the public eye, or "career-ending event" if she is a school teacher or a phys ed coach. If that were the case for me, think I'd wait until retirement, too!

~Reggie~




Actually it is not a problem up there in the WV mountains. Everyone is respectful and photography is banned...including with cell phones. Cell service is about nonexistent so anyone with one in their hand gets immediate close scrutiny. Most people only know each others first names until they eventually become good friends.

I was in " one of those " jobs until I finally retired for good in Feburary. I just made sure I let my security officer know about our condo and AANR mebmbership and listed both on the security investigation forms. Nobody blinked an eye and it was no problem across two decades.

Also, the people you see there have as much respect for your privacy as you do, and vice versa.

It's another reason we love Avalon...

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Re: CO places in Vegas area [Re: Bill_S]
      #1443816 - 09/30/12 07:25 AM (24.101.24.100)

I live at Avalon, and the interviews for my Clearence were conducted at Avalon (we both wore clothes). It was not an issue.

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