Today we head for Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park. It’s not quite five AM and I’m up and excited. It’s raining, but that doesn’t stop me from being pumped about going. We’re going on a naturist vacation!
There are certain advantages to a naked vacation.
If, and I do mean if, it’s raining when we get to Bare Oaks, setting up the tent in the rain while naked is no big deal. I mean, if I get wet, so what. I don’t have to line dry my clothes, there won’t be any!
The temps look like they may be lower than what I would prefer. That’s the one negative to going to a naturist camp. If the temps are low, then I’m going to be dressed, at least partially. If that’s the case, then why go to a naturist place?
One of the things I like about Bare Oaks is that it has some great amenities. If the week turns out to be less than optimal, then I spend more time in the sauna and hot tub. That’s a hardship I think I may be able to endure.
Another advantage of going on a naked vacation is the amount of packing one has to do; at least in the clothing department. We are each taking a backpack and both of them are only half full. A sweatshirt, in case it stays chilly, a nicer shirt, in case we go out to eat. A towel to sit on and one to dry off with when taking showers and swimming.
What do you like about going on a naturist vacation? Do you like the people you meet? Do you like the fact that for whatever time you are gone, you just don’t have to worry about getting dressed? What is it?