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Old 04-10-2016, 12:52 PM   #1
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Is RV'ing for normal people, nope

Check this out

Clothing Optional RV Resort has Opened Outside Palestine

What's next????????
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Can put those nice big windows on the RV to good use
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Look how crowded that place is! I wonder if they allow drones to overfly the area without getting shot down?
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The featured resort is not a surprise. The American Association for Nude Recreation includes 200 nudist/naturist resorts and clubs throughout North America. Many are clothing optional and all are welcoming. Most resorts feature RV camping spots - most with full hook-ups. All AANR clubs have policies governing behavior and ethical practices. AANR clubs are not places for outrageous or improper behavior, they are wonderful places to relax without clothes. After all, skinny dipping is the best way to swim. And when it is warm and sunny, enjoy.

I can attest to the quality of AANR resorts, having visited clubs in Washington, Oregon, California, Florida, and Connecticut.

If you are looking for a quality camping resort experience, be adventuresome - try an AANR experience.
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I bet the dog gets walked a lot more often,LOL
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Hope they don't has mosquitoes.
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Hope they don't has mosquitoes.
Or drones.
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After looking at myself in the mirror while shaving this morning ---- frightening thought
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In my younger days I lived in Europe (mostly). I spent time on just about every nudist beach/campground around Med, and Adriatic. Poster that said "skinny dipping is the best way to swim" is right on.

However,.......at this age, I avoid "eyecontact" with myself in the mirror, when I get out of the shower.

I don't know what's wrong with me. In my head I'm still the same 25 year old young man, 6'3", and 180lb (all muscle). Somehow this young man got trapped into 6'2" (barely!), 210lb, balding body of a 60 year OLD man!

There must be some therapy available? I want MY body back. This body I'm in, is ridiculous, and definitely not mine! Maybe it was The Body Snatchers?

The young man "upstairs" would love to go to a nudist camp again, the body he's in, is best kept in good clothes.
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Wonder how much wrinkle cream is used. Looking around the pool at most of the resort's in As during snow bird season I the leaving to the imagination is quite needed.

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I wrote a blog about this place, and the owners actually had it forwarded to them. Instead of reacting negatively to all the double entendres laced throughout the post, they actually said they found it humorous and invited us to stay and write a first-hand account about the place. To me, that is a sign of how down to earth the owners are and makes me want to support their business even more...even if I decide to keep my clothes on when I stay.
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Yeah...there's always a lot of fear and lack of self-esteem. It's sometimes a form of bigotry.

What's your blog?
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Yeah...there's always a lot of fear and lack of self-esteem. It's sometimes a form of bigotry.

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The specific post can be found here. I'll also work on updating my signature to include a link to our website, Young Fulltimers, for future reference. Thanks for asking. I had a little too much fun (and maybe a couple beers) writing about the Purple Peacock RV Resort.
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After looking at myself in the mirror while shaving this morning ---- frightening thought
That's what I was thinking...most RVers look like me, or worse!
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