How about renting a rowing boat and dropping anchor anywhere you like for a night. Will need a simple camp bed to sleep on and some dark dyed old blanket or sleeping bag. Clear plastic sheet to keep dew off and rain cover, and you're set for a lovely night. Get dressed to find breakfast and such, but being on the water in the early hours and rocked to sleep is quite the better experience. Sounds travel well at night, so you can hear more than anyone sees and it's rather fun to listen to anyone in the area and know what they're doing themselves. Had no complaint when one of the courting kids fell into the river and I was able to rescue her from a nasty situation. We've all been there, passion is universal but it was easy to go for a walk around the park and leave them to enjoy themselves with the boat and we had a bit of a giggle about the event over a camping stove cup of hot coffee while her hung up clothes dried out and they were able to make their way home with a grin instead of causing a lot of unnecessary troubles. She didn't mean to trip taking her panties off, but wasn't hurt in any way. Live life and let live.
Has anyone else explored going nude outdoors instead of the usual sunny day? My local golf courses are interesting places at night. Sand castles in the sand traps and rather nice water in the hazards.
Whew, with the advent of cheaper and smaller security cameras my only worry would be being spotted, recorded and/or the police showing up.
"Excuse me, sir. That's not the type of club a golf course uses."
Has anyone else explored going nude outdoors instead of the usual sunny day?
Well, we haven't been out to a golf course, but we do frequently sit out back on the patio at night. And yes, you are right. It IS a totally different experience. The cool air, the stars and the interesting sounds all around make it quite refreshing. Plus, with it being dark and the neighbors not being able to see you over the fence it can also be a very sexy experience, too!
I'm not part of this group but am able to reply because Californiacoast and I are friends!
We are frequently out in our backyard at night and unless someone is visiting and isn't a nudist, we are naked ... all the time. It's nice but it's not very quiet and not very dark because there's a street light that illuminates our backyard!
I go on a guys trip to Death Valley each year. Sometimes we hit our weekend during a no moon period and the stars are truly amazing! I'll get up late at night and just go out and walk around and wish that I could be naked but with a campsite full of textile friends and previous co workers ... nah ... I'll wait and take my wife out there and enjoy that night time nature while naked.
We've camped at our membership only campground up in the local mountains and the place was almost deserted. I did lots of naked wonderings but didn't venture too far from our RV. I walked to this building with restrooms and an outdoor shower and took a shower outdoors and did so naked. I wore a robe back to our site but left it untied and probably could have just walked back naked but ... being it was November ... it was cold! :D
If I lived on a golf course, you can bet your life I'd be out there naked every chance I got! Walking, chipping, putting and even driving the ball off the tee. Just too many houses to contend with and it would probably have to be an area where there were no homes. ;D
Our home is located secludely about a quarter mile off of the road. I enjoy going for nude walks on the country roads at night. Or just nude in the yard. I have found that the hours from 3am until 5am you seldom encounter anybody about. If a vehicle is heard there is always enough time to duck into one of the fields nearby.
We recently purchased 6.5 acres about forty five minutes from our home and leave our camper there from spring until the end of November. There is nobody there except ourselves, and the clothing comes off the minute we get there and stays off until we leave.
There are trails cut through the woods and very peaceful to hike either day or night.
The only thing heard at night is coyotes, owls, whippoorwills, and the crackling fire.
We can hardly wait for the weather to warm up.