Seems like progress is slow… my wife, son and I recently went hiking over a holiday weekend…she’d hadn’t brought a swimsuit and as we hiked 2 hrs along a river, at the end point, we all skinny-dipped before hiking back. Near the trailhead is a town famous for its hot springs. We booked a soak, … Read moreProgress, Part 6
Hard to believe it’s been a year since my trip to Spain. It was full of change: a promotion at work, numerous week to month long trainings, as well as presentations and recently a successful two month project in another state. I have had a number of opportunities to hike nude, skinny dip, or sunbathe … Read moreProgress, part 5
Recently had a change in travel plans, and enjoyed a brief trip to Andaluca, Spain with my family. The beaches were warm and beautiful, as was the sightseeing. Food was fresh and overall good (usually last minute choices rather than upscale dining) and
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In part one, I listed some motivations of human behavior. In part two, I wrote about my wife's reluctance to social nudity but her participation in secluded, outdoor nudity.
I drew the two together by suggesting that my best approximate of success
In Part One I discussed various drivers of human behavior (not a complete list for sure!).
My wife is highly intelligent, hard working and accomplished. Having overcome numerous obstacles to get where she is today is proof of her tenacity and intellig
Each person acts based on a variety of factors; we are creatures of habit, enjoying the ease of routine and the relative safety of previous outcomes. We also like change, to break up the monotony of the too familiar. In approaching a new activity, we wei
A short time ago I had an unpleasant encounter while hiking nude. It was in a secluded area of forest where I believe nudity is technically legal, and where I had hiked before without running into anyone, once I left the main trail.
This night I was r