How do you enjoy outdoor nudism with close neighbors
I have seen many post on here where people have planted trees and tall bushes some have put up fences. I did not want to enclose my whole yard plus I could not afford it so I built a deck. Most of it was built using reclaimed lumber so that cut my cost to a very minimum. Still more to do to call it finished but enough done to share pictures. Okay I think they are all there now so the photos with the houses are my neighbors. The one with the three post is what I had in place from another project that I took down. The brown structure that you see is the outside of my deck and the ones with blue floors is the inside. I need to finish the fencing on the one wall, repaint all the fencing and repaint the floor. I was sitting in it this weekend some and it seemed like a pretty nice hide away.
Looks like it may be some time until you have enough privacy to enjoy your yard nude, the neighbours may not be impressed without some serious screening. I have lots of planting and spent hours nude in my yard yesterday, maybe the last opportunity before our winter. I'd recommend you consider the planting option.
We've visited states where fencing between homes doesn't exist or is not wanted. Having always grown up with fences between neighbors, I'm certain, I couldn't live without walls or fences anywhere we lived. Not only do "good fences make for good neighbors" but we really love our privacy and the ability to roam, sit, lay out, work, swim, naked in our entire backyard. That has always been at the top of our list of priorities in purchasing a home. They were all, nude use friendly.
I put up a close line a secluded a corner of my yard. then over the two clothes line tarps on the two lines to make for some definition. there is a private fence and a chain link fence in that corner. I draped a large piece of shade cloth over the chain link. wella a sunning place with trees and shrubs inside the boundary. Now my wife would like me to put up a 4 foot bamboo fence and take down the tarps...will do. also have a well back there for a hot shower when the hose has been lying in the sun all day. Hot water lasts 3 minutes in a 100 foot hose. Then the waters chills. be careful what you spray after the water is chilled.
A lot of people look for certain things when buying a home. Some want a garage, pool, low maintenance yard. I look for privacy. I have friends with expensive beautiful homes but I think in my mind when I'm there that I would not be happy there because of the impossibility of outdoor privacy.
I'm in a community setting but I have a large second level private deck that faces the woods. On one side I put a gazebo house with privacy panels and on the other I have a partial wall that has a retractable wall ( purchased on Amazon for those interested).
Privacy is important so that you don't impose on the neighbours and they don't limit your freedoms. Respect each other and you generally be fine, .... and I recommend putting up a fence and screening.
Personally I think communication works better than fencing. Ive just spent about 4-5 hours each of the last two days working nude on our pool equipment and a few other things that needed to be taken care of. I also out there at least once each day taking care of the pool and watering a few plants. All of our backyard is fully viewable by the second story windows of two neighboring houses and partially by another. One of the neighbors first story family room window even has a partial view. We talkiedto the neighbors years ago saying they might or might have seen more of us than they might expect. The response from all of them was okay, whatever. Ive berm
out in the yard nude in full view pretty much every day when it warm enough for the last 20 years without a single complaint.