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post #4 of Old 08-17-2011
wingNwing
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Milly, I think its really a question of local customs. When weather permits, the less we wear the happier we are any time we're somewhere secluded. If there's no one around to see you, no harm no foul, I think.

Although, there was once a lake where we were in a very quiet arm, settled in on a Thursday night. Friday morning I took my luscious naked swim followed by sun time. It was so much fun that next day I decided to do it again. Came out of the cove into the wider portion of the lake ... which was crowded with jetski and powerboat traffic for the weekend. Sometimes there are disadvantages to swimming in very clear water. :0


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