* (Please contact me if you know where I can purchase the glassware shown in my gallery; used ok! - gotta have the #750) * Nude history: As a kid, I was shocked to discover a brother skinny dipping in spring run-off. But scandal doesn't have a long shelf life. A few summers later there I was, riding my scratched up bicycle down summer prairie roads in rural Dakotah, looking for a suitable patch of tall grass where I could throw down a blanket, get naked, slather on Coppertone, plug a sole earphone into a transistor radio, and get to baking myself brown... all over. It wasn't until many years later I was comfortable enough with this same nakedness to enter the world of social naturism. And here I am, living on Oahu where nudity is illegal on beaches. Not that I haven't learned to sneak and find remote enough spots (familiar story?), but it's just not as relaxing having to run from the cops at my age (see video). Of course other less populated islands in the Hawaiian archipelago are a bit more laid back. So I save my pennies and fly off to get naked with friends on Maui or Hawaii island, where either naked beaches are more established, or the cops don't care, or both. Recent fascination: the AVEN asexual site.
Anonymous - 70
- 5' 11"
- Income Level
- None yet
- Income Level
- Platonic Friends
- Casual Acquaintances
Who I'd like to meet
Happy-inside types * Not interested in hooking up. * About every quarter I delete all my TN friends, so don't take it personally. * Did I say I'm not interested in hooking up? * I've read this on many TN profiles: Won't accept friends who have not developed a profile, who have no OPEN gallery. * Well, I've decided to do the same. Come on people, spend some time letting us know who you are. Develop your profile. Let us know you're not a voyeur, that you're really a naturist. This can't be one-sided. OK? Strange is ok, just don't be a stranger!
not necessarily in this order: Hiking/walking partners. Tibetan meditation. Sunbathing nude where it's safe. International film. Design that makes a jaw drop. Good, loud, growling thunder storms that shake the house. Peeps who piss in the sink to conserve water. Art and photography. Yummy smoothies. Sunsets deep enough to dive into. Eyes deep enough to swim in. A tattoo that speaks. Peacetime. Avocados. A drum circle that tickles your bones. Sunflower sprouts. French glassware -- PLEASE HELP ME FIND THE OLD LUMINARC WORKING GLASS 750 ML. Natural body hair, wherever and however it grows. Someone to take me on a naked desert hike. Watching a butterfly emerge. Writing. Editing. Earthquakes that don't do much damage. Houseplants that survive. Water lilies in the garden with guppies. Going commando. That thangka on my wall. Blue bottles on a sunny windowsill. A car that runs -- or an auto mechanic in the tribe. Crows. A slow, gentle rain that lasts all day. Decent drivers. A swimming instructor - before I drown. A deafening waterfall. Dragonflies. A home that doesn't get dirty. A karaoke song in my range, if there is such a thing. People who remind me to not be such a smart ass. A trip through a thrift store, hell, a week-long trip through all the thrift shores of a very large city -- twice. The Merrie Monarch Hula Festival. An exquisitely hand-carved Buddha. Road trips. Clothesline dried bed linens. The quiet of country. Other people's pets. Remembering to breathe. Good water. Reasonably polite neighbors. Sitting in bliss. Oatmeal / cranberry cookies. Bugs where they belong. Moss. Cheese so good, it makes you drool. Snorkeling through a coral reef. Old black and white photos of my dad and his twin brother. An awesome slice of bread. Sea turtles that won't let you touch 'em, because you're not supposed to. A good hugger. And a night of long, deep, uninterrupted sleep.
Amelie, Atanarjuat, Babe, Babette's Feast, Bagdad Cafe, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Before Night Falls, Big Fish, Brazil, Brewster McCloud, Canary Effect, Central Station, Chocolat, Eat Drink Man Woman, Elephant Man, English Patient, Green Mile, Happy Together, Harold and Maude, Hero, Himalaya, Hudsucker Proxy, Ice Storm, In a Shallow Grave, Keep the River on Your Right, Life of Brian, Like Water for Chocolate, Magdalen Sisters, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, Monsoon Wedding, Muriel's Wedding, My Brilliant Career, Mystery Train, Oh Brother Where Art Thou?, Okoge, Orlando, Pan's Labyrinth, Pillow Book, Powwow Highway, Rampo, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, Red Balloon, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Run Lola Run, Russian Ark, Searching for Sugarman, Secret of Roan Inish, Shawshank Redemption, Shirley Valentine, Shower, Sirens, Slaves of New York, Smoke Signals, Sordid Lives, Station Agent, Story of the Weeping Camel, Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, Under the Tuscan Sun, Vampire's Kiss, Whale Rider, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Y Tu Mama Tambien, Young Frankenstein
Latest music going nutso over: Oscar - Daffodil Days *** Agnes Obel, Pharrell Williams *** Lana Del Rey: Blue Jeans (check out original video on YouTube; INTENSE!) * SOME OF... BUT NOT ALL OF: Abney Park, Adele (but such a dirty mouth), Music of the Andes, Christina Aguilera, B-52s, Bach, Band, Bjork, Blur, Kate Bush, Cars, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Crash Test Dummies, Deep Forest, Alicia de Larrocha, Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, Ecuador, Enigma, Enya, Eurythmics, Fleetwood Mac, Aretha Franklin, Peter Gabriel, Gipsy Kings, Billie Holiday, Howard Jones, KLF, Lady Gaga, k.d.lang, Cyndi Lauper, Peggy Lee, John Legend, Living Colour, Taj Mahal, Miriam Makeba, Men at Work, Kylie Minogue, Joni Mitchell, Moody Blues, Alison Moyet, Randy Newman, No Doubt, Gabby Pahinui, Pharrell Williams, Pink Floyd, Pretenders, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, R.E.M., ummm... Rap? well, white boy did catch himself tapping his foot to rap the other day... that counts, right?, Saint-Saens Symphony #3, Carlos Santana, Andres Segovia, Ravi Shankar, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Steve Miller Band, Smiths, Supertramp, Tears for Fears, Tibetan long horns, Tibetan throat singing, Tina Turner, Vivaldi, Steve Winwood, Neil Young, Frank Zappa...
Anyone who is able to see through the mist. Those who don't inhale everything the medical industry throws at us.