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Month: June 2018

Review: Olive Dell Ranch in Colton, California

Review: Olive Dell Ranch in Colton, California

Olive Dell Ranch was going to be our last stop in the USA, well, nudism wise, we had another week planned in Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon but we kind of estimated that the bouncers at the Bellagio or the rangers at the world’s most impressive canyon would probably not be too happy seeing our naked bodies appear on their premises so we considered the Olive Dell our last nudie stop in the country. And boy what a blast…

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9 tips for First Time Family Nudists

9 tips for First Time Family Nudists

We talked before about the nudist women, the nudist men and the nudist couples, but what with the kids? Well, we don’t have any of those, so sorry, we can’t help you. End of the shortest blog post ever. No, really, we get a lot of questions about family nudism and we’ve done a lot of research about having nudist children. We also had the opportunity to talk with plenty of nudist families about how they integrate the kids into…

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Getting naked between San Francisco and Los Angeles

Getting naked between San Francisco and Los Angeles

During our trip through southern California, several people had told us to take highway number one if we would get the chance. Basically, it’s the slower but much more scenic road which starts north of San Francisco and goes all the way down to Los Angeles. Along highway number one several nude beaches can be found. These would give us another experience than the nudist hotels and campings we had visited earlier in California. If there’s one thing we have…

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The Naturist Talks: Nate and Joe from Canada

The Naturist Talks: Nate and Joe from Canada

One of the main reasons why we started this project is to show the world that naturists are not some strange dark commune but that actually everyone could be one… Or could enjoy being one if they took the first step.   Our main example of “everyone” is of course ourselves, we write posts about naturism in general but also about our own experiences. But some of you might be thinking “Yes sure, those two are probably just the strange…

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Review: Lupin Lodge in Los Gatos, California

Review: Lupin Lodge in Los Gatos, California

After spending almost a month in California we kind of thought that we had seen it all. We had visited Deanza nudist resort in the desolated desert near the Mexican border, we had gone hiking naked towards Deep Creek hot springs, we stayed at two magnificent bed and breakfasts in the two equally impressive cities Los Angeles and San Diego, we stayed at the top notch luxurious nudist resorts Terra Cotta and Desert Sun Resort in Palm Springs and we…

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9 tips for the first time nudie couple

9 tips for the first time nudie couple

We’ve been talking about how to take the first steps as a male nudist or as a female nudist, but the best way to start with nudism (at least to us because that’s how we started) is as a couple. Most probably one of the two will drop the idea “honey, what about going on a nude vacation this summer?”. The other half will then respond with a “Yay, I want this too” or a “I’m not so sure about…

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Review: Living Waters Spa in Desert Hot Springs, California – CLOSED

Review: Living Waters Spa in Desert Hot Springs, California – CLOSED

IMPORTANT: Unfortunately Living Waters Spa closed business in September 2019!! Palm Springs is by far the most popular city to visit in the Coachella valley and many forget that there are eight other towns as well. One of those, Desert Hot Springs, was high on our list becauseā€¦ It has a place where we could get naked of course! Living Waters Spa is not your regular nudist resort. Yes, you could come here to soak up the hot desert sun…

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The Naturist Talks: Peter from Canada

The Naturist Talks: Peter from Canada

One of the main reasons why we started this project is to show the world that naturists are not some strange dark commune but that actually everyone could be one… Or could enjoy being one if they took the first step.   Our main example of “everyone” is of course ourselves, we write posts about naturism in general but also about our own experiences. But some of you might be thinking “Yes sure, those two are probably just the strange…

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