As a bit of background, my wife and I practiced nudism previously and upon her reaching retirement age in 2009 we planned to investigate the possibility of finding a landed club in our area. Unfortunately she died one day after her 65th. In the past we practiced nudism in Winnipeg by ourselves or with friends. I was posted to Kingston in 1977 and for a number of reasons we never got to apply to a club here. In Europe in the 60s my first wife and I did practice social nudism, including our three children then 7, 6, and 4. I have now found and joined a club in my area.
Genuine naturists/nudists who are in it for the enjoyment and freedom it provides
Volunteer service in the community takes up much of my time. Nudism in a protected area (ie no hassles for nudity).
I have very eclectic tastes in movies and can enjoy any well done one regardless of type.
Irish and other Celtic mainly. Used to do Irish dance till I got too old.I also like military music both brass and reed and pipe bands
I find the term hero is very overused in today's society and I prefer the term respect. I have great respect for all serving members and veterans of the Armed Forces of all allied countries, Policemen, Firemen, First Responders etc. I feel that there are a small number of true heros and to apply the term to others such as sports stars, Hollywood figures etc detracts from their exploits.