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Skinny dipping was almost like a rite of passage as a kid. On a hot day on the farm, jumping in the creek was very common from an early age. The nearby town where I grew up had the town pond where we swam in the summer and skated in the winter. In the evening, the boys would all shed their clothes and swim naked.
As I grew older, I still loved to find a quiet spot when camping and go in the water naked. I can remember being in a large group of friends who had their clothes on but I went a short distance away to skinny dip.

Walking the beach early in the morning in Florida was a wonderful time to take my suit off and walk the shore line. I used to see one older guy fishing and I would sit in the water when he went by but eventually I just stayed nude and he didnt seem to mind. He even stood and watched me do nude yoga on one occasion.

One house had a pool so I never had to wear a suit. It was great! When I now have to wear a suit in the community pool, I wish I could just shed it.

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I have a pool with a 6 foot privacy fence so I only wear a swimsuit when I have company!

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Planning to swim nude today but weather did not cooperate.
Just stayed nude in the house instead!

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I was camping at a forest service campground that had a hot spring a quarter mile away. I went up there in the evening, it was still light. There was 4 pools maybe big enough for 2 or 3 people. there was a couple at the uppermost pool so I went to the last one.I took off my suit and got in, shortly after the guy got out and left. the woman walked down to me and started talking, she wanted to know if I was naked, which I was. She said come up to her pool and have a beer. Which I did, by this time she had taken off her suit and was naked too. we stayed there for several hours soaking.

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Over the past 2 1/2 years, I have reduced my swimwear to 1 item.
I am planning to get rid of that when our grandson returns to his mother's for school.
Even though I will need to buy one for my next vacation, the idea of having no swimwear for several months appeals to me.

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Grandson went home Saturday, but my wife invited a friend for a swim today.
Glad I didn't toss the swimsuit yet!

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Grandson went home Saturday, but my wife invited a friend for a swim today.Glad I didn't toss the swimsuit yet!

Friend didn't show up so I got to swim nude after all.
Same thing happened again recently with a different friend, but this time by the time she called I was almost ready to get out.

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Grandson went home Saturday, but my wife invited a friend for a swim today.Glad I didn't toss the swimsuit yet!Friend didn't show up so I got to swim nude after all.Same thing happened again recently with a different friend, but this time by the time she called I was almost ready to get out.

Neither did a fried that asked about coming last week.
Younger son and his girlfriend had asked about coming over for a swim Labor day weekend but it didn't work out. Want to try again before we close the pool in 2 weeks so time is running out for them. Last swimsuit hasn't been worn in over 2 weeks but still can't get rid of it.

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Walking the beach early in the morning in Florida was a wonderful time to take my suit off and walk the shore line. I used to see one older guy fishing and I would sit in the water when he went by but eventually I just stayed nude and he didnt seem to mind. He even stood and watched me do nude yoga on one occasion.

Ooh, a sneaky nude dip on a quiet non-CO beach in the early morning is one of life's pleasures. I do tend to have the problem of the beach getting busy with early-morning walkers while I am still in the water, though. Part of the fun. Bonus points if you have to cope with crashing waves at the same time!

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Over the past 2 1/2 years, I have reduced my swimwear to 1 item.I am planning to get rid of that when our grandson returns to his mother's for school.Even though I will need to buy one for my next vacation, the idea of having no swimwear for several months appeals to me.

Actually went the other way and bought one more, a solid color tan through brief without a drawstring.
Since it is light weight material, it feels much less confining than an ordinary swim brief.
Give me the option of wearing less where I have to wear a swimsuit.
I can also wear it under my pants to dermatologist appointments so I got rid of my only underwear.

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Actually went the other way and bought one more, a solid color tan through brief without a drawstring.

I would expect a solid colour tan through to be too revealing since this idea of the abstract print is to disguise the holes that allow light and vision to pass through. The ThinSkinz fabric by contrast is thin but does not have the holes.

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