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12-07-2012 12:08 AM
sww914
Re: Sunbathing and Swimming

Most people will be amused. My sister worked at Club Med for a couple of years. Once when I visited her, as we were riding the little tram thinghy from one area to another we saw an older couple, nude, gray pubes and all, doin' it on a tiny beach right next to the road.
EVERYBODY laughed.
12-06-2012 11:16 PM
Captaintim
Re: Sunbathing and Swimming

I sail Champlain and love to anchor at Valcour Island and I think a lot of Canadian woman feel the same way as you Jenn, "oh well" love your attitude sailor!
11-26-2012 04:23 PM
i_amcdn
Re: Sunbathing and Swimming

Come visit Toronto in the summer. Hanlan's PointBeach, part of the Toronto islands, is the city approved c/o beach. It is on the western end of the islands just south of the downtown airport.

Lots of boaters drop anchor and come ashore. Facilities include washrooms, showers, snack bar and BBQ's. The same facilities are available to boaters who choose to moor overnight on the canal part of the island.

Warning: Lake Ontario can cause severe shrinkage well into late July.
05-16-2012 01:11 PM
JennSailsNJ
Re: Sunbathing and Swimming

I do, usually at anchor. If someone is offended oh well!
12-01-2011 04:48 PM
bljones
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Originally Posted by s/vchaser View Post
The internet is generally not a good source. Check out the AANR site.
Which can be found.....





















..... on the internet.
12-01-2011 04:37 PM
s/vchaser The AANR is a great source of info on this subject. We're members. The internet is generally not a good source. Check out the AANR site.
11-30-2011 09:28 AM
PJFORD You already know this line; "If GOD meant us to wear clothes, we would have been born with them on". Last baby I helped deliver was all shiny and new and "buck naked".
11-30-2011 08:33 AM
s/vchaser Natural is not immoral! Who cares what anyone else will think? Do what is comfortable for you.
08-24-2011 12:04 AM
Capt-T Hmmm... I'm new to sailing and was already intrigued by the excitement of hoisting a sail in a strong wind... Little did I know there would be other advantages to joining this community!! ;-)
08-23-2011 11:50 PM
WDS123 Molly,

The mere fact you are asking the question in a mature manner suggests you are very capable of judging when it sensible to bare all.

Use your own fine judgement Molly and you will not offend
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