17 Sep 2007

Summer is over! Or is it?

Oh well, it has been a very mixed bag of weather, August was not a nice month for outdoor clothesfree walking but September has been lovely here in Kent and I have managed several lovely walks wearing just my shoes and a smile!!

Its getting cooler now but provided there is no or little wind I find being naturally naked outdoors is great... the effort of walking is enough to keep me warm and its lovely to feel the air all over me. Just give it a try sometime! We will see what the winter brings!

16 Jun 2007

June-Clothesfree walking by the Thames!

Well, the summer is here although we are having a showery time! But it's warm and great for outdoor walks wearing just shoes and a smile!

A friend introduced me to a lovely area along the banks of the Thames, where the sounds of the birds (especially some shellduck!) and the smells of the countryside and the tidal river are just heavenly and wearing clothes is an intrusion, our natural state blending in with nature!

So I have had several wonderful walks so far this month, a couple of pictures of me along the way......

15 May 2007

Home living~~clothesfree!




Well, walking clothesfree is great, but of course I try and live life at home the same way....why wear clothes indoors, they only get things spilled on them, make you sweaty and for things like decorating are so restrictive--so I DONT wear them! It was World Naked Gardening day on May5 so here I am behind my shed that I have just put up!

The first thing I do when out of bed(of course I don't own any PJ's-silly garments!)is to make a coffee and open the garden door and let the fresh air come all over me, sure wakes you up!
Here I am in a holiday cottage making morning coffee-best drink of the day!!

Of course we don't wear anything to have a shower or bath do we, that would be silly, so that's the next thing to do, as you can see I keep my pubic area shaved, I think quite a lot of people do, there is even a web site for this topic at www.wnn.nu which is interesting to say the least!

So here I am, wet all over......!!

I do like to keep myself clean but don't overdo it, for example I hardly ever use hair shampoo,no need, fresh water is best as your hair has natural oils to condition it!

Then there are household chores, like cooking...(why not BE a "naked Chef")!, cleaning, laundry(I don't have much, for obvious reasons!) and tending the garden, so here are a few pictures of me working NATURALLY........

On the dog and bone!

Its great being out in the garden in just my skin, fresh air,sunshine and weeding go together!
Yes I love just being MYSELF, there is NO shame in that, anyone who is disturbed by these totally natural pictures PLEASE get a life, I am having MINE!
Thanks and hope you feel like joining with me in the NATURAL LIFE!

12 Apr 2007

April Sunshine!

Hurray! April has dawned and the weather is set fair - sunny with little wind and after a LOVELY Easter when I had relatives staying and there was a lot of other clothed things to do, on 10 April I set off to my fav spot between the M25 and M20 motorways for a 3 hour clothesfree walk!

Arrived at 10am, parked the car in a little layby, put my clothes in the back of the car and set off over the stile and up the hill to the nature reserve and woodland(keeping a pair of shorts in my bag along with my mobile,keys and camera)!

As you can see, the trees are JUST coming into leaf(as nude as me!) but even being quite close to 2 motorways there is a peace and tranquility that is magical,hearing the birds and seeing rabbits and squirrels and being completely clothesfree(apart from my shoes!) makes it even better.

The woodlands are quite hilly and there are clearings with benches where one can rest after a bit of exertion!

Clothes seem silly when you are warm and means you don't get sweaty and uncomfortable and surely there is no shame being naturally naked in such natural srroundings!

There are woodpeckers, nuthatches and warblers among the many varieties of birds and it is a haven for butterflies and other insects.

I did come across a few other (clothed!) walkers and did put my shorts on before greeting them, removing them when they had passed as I don't wish to offend others but I have in the past remained clothesfree and not had a negative reaction<>

Onto the open fields and farmland where there were tractors in the distance and the main train-line up to London, lots of different wild flowers in the hedgerows and a feeling of bliss as I walked in just my shoes, feeling the sun and gentle breeze over all my body! Following a well worn path with absolutely no-one about but a village close by and just being a natural part of the flora and fauna... soo relaxing and stress busting!
The walk back to the car took another half hour and I stopped a few times to admire the scenery - it seemed such a shame to have to get dressed when I got back to the little layby--I have driven clothesfree quite a few times in the past...mind you it's quite natural at a naturist resort like Euronat in SW France, a "centerparcs" where you never need to wear anything! and I drove from our chalet to the beach without even shoes!
So there was my lovely April walk... totally natural in natural surroundings! Can't wait for the next one, still I AM clothesfree as I write this as I usually am at home!

20 Mar 2007


Well, its getting towards SPRINGTIME,the clocks go forward this weekend and its time to "dust off" my body and prepare for the sun and air!
Nothing like a walk in the lovely countryside in just my shoes... listening to the birds, seeing squirrels,rabbits and foxes go about their business(they don't wear clothes!) and just being a part of the flora and fauna - even meeting semi-wild ponies who seem to accept me more in my natural state.
I have found on my many walks that I seem to be much closer to nature when I am totally clothesfree and whilst occasionally meeting clothed(textile?) walkers if I am myself and greet them with a smile and a cheery "good day" I am accepted for what I am, just another human enjoying God's creation. I never try and "cover-up" and why should I..we are all the same under our clothes and I am doing nothing illegal, just being myself!
I have already been out clothesfree in February when the temp was 10 degrees and little wind, a pleasant day but all the trees were as nude as me!
So, if you want to join me you are most welcome, as long as you accept the concept that "To be Naked is to be Yourself...to be Naked in Nature is to be at Peace with the World!".
For more information go to www.british-naturism.org.uk also see www.barewitness.org and www.go-bare.org and if you like cycling visit www.wnbr.org
All the best!

16 Mar 2007

Just another day!

Well, it could be almost anyday, but as the sun is shining I will continue my clothesfreedom from indoors to outdoors!

Yes I am going on a natural ramble in our lovely Kent countryside wearing just my shoes and a smile, surely thats ALL you need to wear when the weather smiles on you!

I have done quite a lot of natural rambles and have met a number of other, clothed, walkers with no negative reactions, a cheery "good day" is the right greeting, as I am totally unclothed apart from my shoes(and I wouldn't even wear those if the conditions underfoot allowed!) there is no reason to think I am "flashing" as I am not, just enjoying the country and nature as it should be enjoyed.... "To be Naked is to be Oneself, to be Naked in Nature is to be at Peace with the World!" is my motto.

I usually carry a pair of shorts with me(the rest of my clothes being in the car, though I have driven clothesfree quite often!), ready to put on if anyone objects, though this has never happened.

So here I am sat NIFOC..thats Nude In Front Of Computer.....in my best suit, my "one-button" suit, the one that fits me best... looking out on the sun outdoors and in a couple of hours I will be out there, listening to the sound of the birds in the trees and the breeze all over my skin...lovely!

If anyone out there wants to correspond, you can find me at ian1@barebones.co.uk

Just being Yourself without the encumbrance of clothes is a real stressbuster!

All the very best to all who read this!