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Naked Much This Spring?
      #1733772 - 05/25/17 04:40 PM (

Wondering how much those folks with sufficient privacy have been getting naked in their backyards this spring, and what kind of activities you enjoy. It has been warm enough in Western NY to lay out a few times. Our excessive rains have cut into sunny days but left our garden extra green and lush and the flowers are amazing. I love to walk around my yard and flower/shrub beds naked with an adult beverage and survey the results of our labors.

I'm also lucky enough to be able to ride naked on my lawn tractor while I mow about half of our yard.

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Re: Naked Much This Spring? [Re: HappyNude]
      #1733780 - 05/25/17 06:41 PM (

We have had some nice weekend days we enjoyed sitting out on the back deck in the afternoons and grilling and enjoying dinner au natural...

We also have had quite a few late winter/early spring weekends up at Avalon Resort in West Virginia that were wonderfuly warm and we were able to comfortably walk around getting a start on our base tans...


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Re: Naked Much This Spring? [Re: HappyNude]
      #1733903 - 05/28/17 09:41 AM (

Yes, quite a bit actually. With all the rain we got over the winter, lots of growth from potted plants to trees and they all needed trimming. We were unable to partake in the actual Naked Gardening Day, this year, but the entire week prior was great weather and we were out in the backyard everyday trimming and cleaning up. It's just our normal way of life, being nude most everyday.

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Re: Naked Much This Spring? [Re: FireProf]
      #1734487 - 06/04/17 08:28 AM (

A lot! Our elevated deck (12' above ground) is surrounded by an old forest woods so well that we cannot see the neighbor's homes, nor they us, plus we have some privacy screens and many plants on the deck. It is so neat to walk out on our deck to have a cup of coffee in the morning and enjoy the birds chirping all around.

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