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Some extreme social distancing here…

I can't get enough of this. I've always wanted to do Naked and Afraid. I periodically have to empty out my bucket list because its full of things that are no longer possible. This is one of those bucket list... Continue Reading →

The Rules for Going Outdoors During Coronavirus

From Outside Online: All of us want to get outdoors right now. With the advice of a public health and infectious disease expert, here’s how you can do so safely and responsibly. https://www.outsideonline.com/2410881/going-outdoors-coronavirus   Stay safe out there!

The desert is looking really good right now.

It looks like next week will be really nice weather. Unfortunately, I just got the word that LA County has closed all beaches and trails.  I don't think that would include National Forest land, but what the hell. I'll head... Continue Reading →

Sespe Creek via Tar Creek Trail

Slightly NSFW... I have been blogging since long before WordPress even existed. This is an old post, from 2006 when I had a web page. I was trying to form up a local nude hiking group I called the Canyon... Continue Reading →

First Hike of Spring

The Weather Service predicted a short window of warm and sunny today so I took it. Spent a few hours wandering around the trails N. of Castaic. I was amazed at the number of cars I saw at the trailhead.... Continue Reading →

One Star Reviews

And don't forget that right now the national parks are free! Comedy Break: North Carolina illustrator creates National Parks passion project based on 1-star reviews and it's absolutely fantastic      

Another share of someone else’s post.

When experienced wilderness guide Blair Braverman was invited to audition for the Discovery Channel reality show ‘Naked and Afraid,’ she saw it as a chance to live out a childhood fantasy. Outside Podcast - Discovery Channel's Naked and Afraid And... Continue Reading →

Piru Creek in the Winter

Winter is a cool, grey season in southern California. If you want cold and snow you have to head up to the mountains. In March, we are starting to green up a bit. The deciduous trees are starting to bud.... Continue Reading →

The Pitfalls of Being a Public Nudist – shared

I can be fairly comfortable about being a somewhat public nudist. My wife doesn't object. The laws in LA City/County aren't particularly severe. I have legal and legitimate outlets outside the confines of a resort. There's enough population base for... Continue Reading →

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