I am writing this as May ended on being the coldest that I can remember since moving to Nova Scotia with my husband John in 1997.
Being naked is usually a non-issue when it’s warm enough. I’ve had days in April where I was able to sit outside in the nude and soak up the sun.
I can count on one hand the days in May that were warm enough to do so. I’ve more often than not, been forced to keep a robe on to stay warm.
Adding insult to injury, we were hit with a lockdown of our beaches due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Trails and some parks were partially open the first week of May and we were hopeful that might happen with the beaches. There is our only nude beach 20 kms (12 miles) from Halifax.
On the bright side, the fact that trails and parks are open I will have a chance to go to Susie’s Lake a popular spot for skinny dipping.
I hope everyone who likes to bare it all, have time to enjoy some outdoor time this summer and be at one with nature.
Source: Naturist Fab
Original publication 1 June, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 17th June 2020
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