Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and the Naturist

When I last wrote my blog on June 26th I talked about my favorite local spots in Nova Scotia to enjoy naturism. Now, fall is upon us in the Northern Hemisphere and as our days get shorter, the colder weather soon follows. The trees start to change colors from lush greens to bright red, yellowsContinue reading “Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and the Naturist”

If You’ve Just Had Covid, Exercise Might Not Be Good for You

© NatCorn A growing number of studies are raising concerns about the coronavirus’ long-term effects on the heart. Athletes especially need to heed the warnings. That these patients tended to get sicker and died more often than patients without cardiac complications didn’t set off immediate alarm bells. These were, after all, people with serious cases…Continue reading “If You’ve Just Had Covid, Exercise Might Not Be Good for You”

NAKED IN AMERICA: Bare House Cottage AirBNB, New Mexico

Author’s Note: My next installment related to a previous post called “How Do I Get Naked in America?” Long-time readers know that my wife and I have developed quite an affinity for naturist travel to international destinations, with a particular fondness for those in France and Croatia. But in this most unusual summer of 2020,Continue reading “NAKED IN AMERICA: Bare House Cottage AirBNB, New Mexico”

A good amount of reasons as to why the world needs more nudists

I know I wrote a blog post on this in November 2015, but there could be more reasons than in that post about why the world needs more nudists. We sure need more nudists in the world. Here I can give more details as to why the world needs more nudists. we can get alongContinue reading “A good amount of reasons as to why the world needs more nudists”

Creating a Naturist Symbol

Earlier this year, I participated in a drawing challenge on Twitter from @Iban Saram (Team Naturist) in search of a Naturist Symbol. I created mine using the colours  of Yellow and Blue universally known for the skinny dipping flag. Yellow representing the sun and Blue for water. Since it is supposed to represent Naturists, IContinue reading “Creating a Naturist Symbol”

Mayflower 400: Claims historic ship set sail from Cornwall not Plymouth

© NatCorn Traditional history says the pilgrims aboard the Mayflower in 1620 left Plymouth – but Cornwall is now challenging that belief Four hundred years ago today a ship carrying around 100 colonists left the shores of England for the new world. The voyage of the pilgrims aboard the Mayflower has gone down in history…Continue reading “Mayflower 400: Claims historic ship set sail from Cornwall not Plymouth”

Climate Change, Capitalism and Naturism

Originally posted on econudist: In her book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate, Naomi Klein describes how the first effects of climate change began in 1833 when the British government abolished slavery and compensated slave owners for their loss of “property.” This money was directly invested into the Industrial Revolution, funding factories, railways and…Continue reading “Climate Change, Capitalism and Naturism”