Robbie Gauld is softly spoken, and the retired grandfather can often be found exploring walking routes across Scotland.
He has recently returned from a hiking trip in Orkney and is the master of packing light for trips away.
Four T-shirts don’t take up that much space in his camper van, with the added benefit of saving on washing.
His wardrobe may seem sparse, but Robbie seldom has cause to wear clothes in the first place.
He has been a naturist for decades and seeks out isolated walking routes in a bid to indulge his passion.
From hiking in the buff to pottering around naked at his home in Alford, not wearing any clothes is part of his daily routine.
Robbie is well aware that his hobby is perhaps the last taboo in a society which shares everything online.
From analysing our sex lives to joking about bodily functions, we’ve come a long way from feeling bashful about the human body.
Source: Press and Journal
Original publication August 4, 2019
Posted on NatCorn 13th August 2019
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