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A caring fella who has been a naturist for 55 of my 73yrs! Wife has severe stroke 17 yrs ago and I look after her 24/7. Live clothes-free at home and love to get out in our lovely countryside in my skin! Also like motor sports, photography and DIY, 2 of which I can do wearing just a smile!

Nude Across America Pt.23 Leelanua Peninsula

A lovely walk in nature

The Free Range Naturist


Just so you know…Part 24, Lake Shelbyville, was published out of sequence, by the fingers of a sleepy naked guy on a couch. Once it is done….

We’re looking for a secluded place, a spiritual experience, fewer people, certainly no crowds, solitude. I figured that it would be up here in this part of Michigan, as I remember it. It feels down right crowded today, in the height of the summer season. Things have changed. There is plenty of countryside, but it is all private lands. People are packed in otherwise.

The public lands are near. Big Bear Dunes, again as I remember, are fun and there may be a spot just south of them, down the coast of Lake Michigan, where people don’t go, much.

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A question of Modesty

This is a good view

A Road less travelled

I saw a video on YouTube in response to the reaction to a song by Matthew West called Modest is hottest. The response the video was addressing had come from a “progressive Christian” source. The response had criticised the song as being too restrictive. There was more to it than that. The makers of the video believe very strongly in scriptural authority. I’m with them on that. But I felt that they were rejecting the criticism because of where it was coming from. This post comes from my response to that video. It was 6 months in the making. I have expanded on my response a little, but it is basically what I posted. I am including the lyrics to the song to give a little context to my post.

“Modest Is Hottest” by Matthew West

Dear daughter, it’s me your father
I think it’s time we had a talk

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Naked Except Not Really (via Naturist

I’m 3rd row down, 4th from right

The Shaven Circumcised Nudist Life

But there’s an important caveat. Even though the WSJ article subtitle declares “Hollywood’s male stars aren’t scared of full-frontal nudity anymore” — stars There’s been a huge amount of support among naturists, nudists and nude-friendly folk lately for campaigns like #NormalizeNudity, #NormalizeNaturism, and #IAmTheFaceOfNaturism. Continue to source:

Naked Except Not Really (via Naturist

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Naked Lunch in Stealth

This is true naturism and an account of forest fires

The Free Range Naturist


We were last up on Mt. Lemmon in the spring of 2020. We hiked down to Lemmon pools and explored on through the Wilderness of Rocks. It was early in the Covid lockdown and we got surprised by around 35 other hikers on a trail that rarely saw anyone else. We just had to grin and bare it, having brought no clothing along with us.

The next day, a bolt of lightning hit the mountain range and burned with little control for over a month.  Every day, we watched heart broken, looking up to the flames above, from Tucson below, tasting and smelling the smoke. The Forest Service maps reported that a huge area, something like 120,000 acres went up in smoke. Our favorite spots were hit, one by one.

We finally got the gut fortitude to return and assess the damage, as it applies to us on August…

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On Walking Alone

Just skin and nature being a part of nature can only be experienced naked and solitude is best.

The Free Range Naturist

I got an unusual comment on Sycamore Canyon post, today. Someone thought walking alone there, to be boring.

It consequently occurred to me, that I have been writing few stories of solitude, or lone nude walks. During the continuing “Nude Across America” trip, DF and I were glued together nearly 24/7 in a little Honda and our beds. Also, I am now away from my digs in Tortolita and immersed daily in the sounds of the city.

This website was never meant to be a weekly blog, but a repository of stories. It is to guide people into the joys of free range naturism and to share. I created a “Table of Contents” page up at the top to help navigate through all of this. I confess to not having been prompt about keeping up with the content there, but there is plenty.

There is a series there in the…

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