Hello Sue! You are so right! One day nude outdoors and people are hooked for life ๐Ÿ™‚ I was raised as a nudist so I don’t remember ever having worn clothes when camping and now that I have my own family we sort of continue the tradition. After all, what can be more pleasant and wonderful than not having to worry about what to wear? Besides..living nude at home as we do, it would be a little strange to go to a textile camping on holidays or for weekends ๐Ÿ™‚

Camping (trailer or tent) is a great way to spend a few days, and a great way to be in a setting where anyone you meet is likely to be at least tolerant of your nudity. I have fond memories of days spent in the high country around Yosemite, usually wearing nothing but hiking shoes, or skinny-dipping in the lake. . And my wife and I spend a lovely week camping around the Great Lakes region a few summers back – we made it a point to swim in each of the Lakes as we made our way around. If one is reasonable in picking a campsite, then skinny-dipping is no problem. . Now, if I could just do something about the bugs that always seem to accompany the shorelines….. Dum vivimus, vivamus!

The wife and I have been talking about getting out next spring and summer to a few spots around where we live here in Utah and do some camping and mabye if we can find a nice quiet place to ourselves I might be able to get her to try being nude outside the house just so she can see how wonderful it feels. If there is anyone here from Utah that let us know about any places around Delta we could go that would be great. We just found out about some nice hot springs close to us but it is a little cold outside to go now but we might try it come late spring. We are also members of a couple of groups just for here in UT and on skinnytrippers.com in google groups we read about a place some folks nicknamed “The Rocks” that we would like to go camping at if we can found out just were it is. Anyone that could let us know about some more places would be great. HI THERE FROM BOBBY & Jennifer