Eileen Saunders and Jas Base enjoy walks along the beach but they’re not romantic – they’re nude.
The pair are part of the Taranaki Naturist Club and spent an overcast Sunday morning taking part in the annual nude beach walk with seven others from the Waiongana Stream to Bell Block.
It’s not a nudist beach, but they had alerted the general public to the fact it was taking pace.
It was the first time Saunders and Base had taken part in the beach walk, and they loved it.
“Once you get your clothes off, you’re all on the same level,” Saunders, who had just a towel wrapped around her neck, said.
Saunders met her husband Ray at a nudist community named Rotota, between Taupō and Rotorua, and he was already part of the Taranaki club, so she joined a few years ago, too.
“I tell you what, it makes washing a whole lot easier.”
Original publication 17 February, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 24th March 2020
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