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I'm a retired information technology guy who did a total career 180 and became a massage therapist.
My husband an I both enjoy being naked when the conditions are right. We have a private patio with a hot tub and a fire ring where we can host friends.
We enjoy sipping wine, grilling (with care for exposed body parts), star gazing, and socializing naked.
Usually spend a couple weeks in the Spring & Fall on Ocracoke Island. The vast undeveloped beach provides ample opportunities for discrete nudity.
We also enjoy Roy's Hideaway Campground in GA. We have a motorhome that we use for camping on Ocracoke, at Roy's and other destinations.
Would like to meet other RVing naturists and find opportunities for meet ups.
Don - 64
- 5' 11"
- Wexford, Pennsylvania
- Income Level
- None of your Business
- Massage Therapist
- Don't have, Don't want
- Income Level
- Platonic Friends
- Casual Acquaintances
Who I'd like to meet
Other guys who like to hang out naked. I particularly like socializing outdoors around a pool, hot tub, campfire or the beach. When the weather is cold I love a nice fireplace.
I'm very into touch. One of my favorite things to do is non-sexual massage exchange. I like long sessions of head to toe massage. Getting and giving massage creates a powerful personal connection and deep relaxation. It contributes to body acceptance and a deep sense of well-being.
Haven't seen many movies, especially recently. When I do watch a movie it's usually a comedy or science fiction. I look for escape and relaxation.
My musical tastes defy categorization. Just to name a few:Bette Midler, Carol King, Billy Joel, Collabro, Dave Grusin, Jukebox the Ghost, Harry Connick Jr, James Taylor, Lea DeLaria, LeAnn Rimes, The Mavericks, Ottmar Liebert, Paul Winter, PostModern Jukebox
I don't believe in heroes. There is heroic behavior that should be admired and rewarded but at the end of the day we are all flawed humans. Too often we exalt the person over the behavior. Many times our mass adoration of the hero ends up destroying the hero's life.