The Beat Goes On at Kehena Beach (Hawaii)

Meandering Naturists

IMG_1382We’re just a little to young too have been hippies. Missed it by less than a decade, though it may well be in my gene pool. My older brother had plenty of stories about the Haight and Ashbury, and even a visit to the Fillmore to see Janis Joplin while paint splotches on an overhead projector created psychedelic images on the walls. And I alluded to my hippy naturist tendencies in a previous post, when the nudies took over a secluded swimming hole just a few miles from town, much to my father’s dismay.

IMG_1358If there were such a thing as a time machine that could crunch the last forty years into one collective, surreal, clothing-optional experience, that would probably be a visit to Kehena Beach about twenty miles outside of Hilo on the big island of Hawaii – where it seems the clock didn’t exactly stop in 1969…

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Summer Fun & Black’s Beach Review

Stay Naked

This summer has been full of good times in the sun. Our trip to Black’s Beach was awesome. I took the whole family and my son was the only one that joined me in going full commando in the surf. Riding the waves on our boogie boards was so much fun. The beach wasn’t very crowded when we arrived but a steady stream of textiles started to fill the southern end of the nude area and most of the people fully enjoying the sun were heading north. The weather was perfect. A slight breeze with full sun and temps in the high 70’s.

The crowd was a mixture of solo men, solo women, a few couples, and a few groups of college age women. As I suspected there were some men down there just to stare at boobs. Not many, but it was so noticeable I almost said something to…

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If nudity was legal everywhere…

Naked and Happy

(c), from the movie Les Textiles (c), from the movie Les Textiles

I was having my morning coffee, after my workout, naked as every day, and this idea came to me: what would happen if nudity was completely legal everywhere? I mean what would happen if anybody can chose to be nude to go shopping, go to the office, or go to the beach? The first thought that came to me was that it would just be fantastic! No need to think about what to wear to go out in the morning. No need to think about what people would think if they see you nude. No need to think about where to go on holiday, as all places would be nude friendly.

But of course, for us nudists, the world would be just this: a fantastic liberated world from the constraints of clothing, a world of free choice in which we could chose to stay…

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New Jersey is number one for clothes free life

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N.J. named nation’s No. 1 state for nakedness

Over the years, New Jersey has led the nation in many things — toxic waste, population density, insults directed our way, and so on.

Add nakedness to the list.

Jerseyans like to grin and bare it — at home, anyway — more than residents of any other state, according to a new survey

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How Does Your Garden Grow?

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As we get ready to leave for Spain, there is work to do in the garden. There are shelves in our basement storage room where we place canned preserves such as dilled carrots, tomatoes, cucumber pickles, beet soup (borscht), and several varieties of jam. Last autumn we put up quite a few jars of tomatoes […]

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Summer Fun & Black’s Beach Review

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This summer has been full of good times in the sun. Our trip to Black’s Beach was awesome. I took the whole family and my son was the only one that joined me in going full commando in the surf. Riding the waves on our boogie boards was so much fun. The beach wasn’t very […]

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