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Postby Son of a Beach » Tue 27 Mar, 2007 1:31 pm

I was just doing some more searching for bushwalking resources on the WWW and found this site on Bare Bushwalking Tasmania (as part of a national nude bushwalking site).

Cracked me up. Anyone ever tried this?

That's gotta be chilly... !
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What a very strange idea.

Postby delphin » Tue 27 Mar, 2007 2:06 pm

Really weird...
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Postby tasadam » Sun 15 Apr, 2007 8:25 am

Perhaps this link should be moved to the "Other Web Resources" page...

Perhaps not :?
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Postby frank_in_oz » Tue 11 Dec, 2007 2:25 pm

I was just doing some more searching for bushwalking resources on the WWW and found this site on Bare Bushwalking Tasmania (as part of a national nude bushwalking site).

Just happened by and discovered the link seems to be broken :cry:
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Postby tasadam » Tue 11 Dec, 2007 3:38 pm

"Just happened by", eh? Yeah yeah, whatever.......

Well, let's see.

A google quickly finds (hang on... a disclaimer, don't click if you're not interested OK? Probably don't read on, either...) this link, which has a number of links, the first being the bare bushwalking site... But their link is also the geocities one, which as you correctly point out, is a dead link.
Well, it's dead at the moment, but there are a heap of references to it in google so I got to thinking - I searched for "bare buskwalking -geocities" to see if I could find their site in case they had moved.

I didn't find them.

But

I did find a site with all these headings and more......
(I don't want to link it - most of it is not appropriate for here. Amazing what they get up to when they're not out there walking...)

Nude Boating
Nude hiking
Nude scuba diving
Nude running
Art with naturist themes
Naturist photography
Naturist poetry
Naturist cartoons
Naturist etiquette
Talking about naturism with others
Naturist miscellany
News pages about nudity
Naturist/nudist news search
Religion & naturism


And some of the many sub-headings read

Boyd Allen's Christian Naturism Home Page
Brian's Christian Naturist Page - Brian Levay
Christian Naturism - Links by David Ross
Fig Leaf Forum - Christian naturist newsletter
LDS Skinny-Dipper Connection - by Alan Palmer
Nudism, Naturism, and Toplessness - Top-rated site that has an excellent discussion with a non-sectarian perspective. Read the whole site for its open-minded approach to issues related to religion.
Naturist Life International
Nudism, the Bible, and the Law
The Bible, Society, and Nudity - By Jeff Rockel
Wholesome Nudity Page
Nude Yacht Charter
Arroyo Seco River Hike
Hiking and Cruising - Also scuba diving
Hiking Nude: What it Feels Like - An outing at Deep Creek Hot Springs
My Nude Bush Walking Homepage - Pictures of my wanders around Victoria Australia and at home.
Nude Hiking in the Northwest: A Mini-Guide
Roger's Nude Hiking Page
Steve's Northwest Nude Hiking - A story about reactions from other hikers.
Banana Winds Sailing Charters
Buff Divers - Travel club for people who enjoy nude scuba diving (WOOOAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!)
Bare as You Dare Cross Country 5K - Held at Bluebonnet resort
Bare Buns Fun Run (1998)
Bare Buns Fun Run (1996)
Bare Buns Fun Run and Bare to Breakers
Bare to Breakers! - An excellent, detailed story by Mike Marinacci on what it's like to run naked in front of hundreds of thousands. Conclusion: Wonderful.
Bare to Breakers Official Web Page - also here and here
Calendar of Nude Running Events - Events for nude runners, with information and links, maintained by Ken Raich
Charles Crockett Bay to Breakers Story
Nude Running Links
Roger's Bare to Breakers Story
Roger's Nude Bay to Breakers Pictures
Running Au Naturel - A nice page by "Pete", a participant in the Bare Buns Fun Run.
Skinnydipper Sun Run Cross-Country 5K
SWSA Nude Racing Series
Tom Middleton's Bay to Breakers Story

And last but not least -
Naked Skydiving FAQ
An absolute classic. Very funny. Had to post that one.

Should I moderate myself and delete all this? Someone help me here...
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Postby frank_in_oz » Tue 11 Dec, 2007 4:07 pm

Adam,
I just happened by, you came , saw, documented and conquored , then wrote an essay.......

Thanks for the research......maybe the nude skydiving quote MAY be a sensitive issue. Reckon it might hurt too......
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Postby tasadam » Tue 11 Dec, 2007 4:13 pm

frank_in_oz wrote:...maybe the nude skydiving quote MAY be a sensitive issue.

Yeah, s'pose you're right. Taken the quote out but left the link if anyone is interested (but see disclaimer in previous post).
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Postby Joe » Tue 11 Dec, 2007 8:38 pm

i loved the quote...but then...I would wouldnt I ;)

/me walks away whistling :twisted:
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Postby TassieMargie » Sat 05 Jan, 2008 11:02 am

Haven't walked naked, and I don't think I would in Tassie, but the way it has been the last few days it is tempting. :o I suppose it would be the ultimate in being one with nature :)
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I can't see this taking off in Tasmania ...

Postby Clownfish » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 11:09 am

http://bigpondnews.com/articles/OddSpot/2009/04/27/Switzerland_bans_nude_hiking_325978.html

The cantonal government recommended the ban after citizens objected to encountering walkers wearing nothing but hiking boots and socks ... German websites promoting the activity describe it as 'a special experience of nature, free and healthy' and said nude walking in the Alps has roots in antiquity.


Hmmm ... I personally can't imagine toiling up Marions in nowt but me boots :shock: Not such a good look for a bloke when a cold southerly is blowing :lol:
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Postby sml_12 » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 2:14 pm

When I was growing up in the NW of WA, we used to do a fair amount of time "out bush" - my parents had done a lot of time on cattle stations in the 60's and maintained all their old contacts (and a lot of new ones too). We also did a bit of prospecting amongst other things. As soon as we were out of coo-ee from the main drag, and the chance of running into anyone became minimal - everything bar hat and shoes usually came off. I even have photos of my dad oxy welding with just his boots and a mask on :D (the sparks would probably make all you fellas cringe!!) :shock:
** I'd post a photo - but I wouldn't want to give you all the heebie jeebies (or get moderated for inappropriate content!) :oops:

We once spent a month rained in on a station after having gone there to take a friends light aircraft away from the anticipated path of a cyclone. (Turns out the eye passed right over the top of us out on the edge of the desert!) I don't think we spent a day clothed, although I did make myself a lap-lap as a novelty (I was only a kid). When my dad retired he spent the wet season caretaking up on a station in the Kimberley. I know he only put shorts on as a courtesy when the mail plane came once a week. He looked like a Kalahari Bushman when he came home (he had removed most of his body hair because the cane grass seeds used to get caught in it and burrow into his skin). We made fun of him a LOT for that (but carefully, and from a running distance :wink: ).

Running through spinifex or pandanus with no kit on can be a bit dodgy.
March flies and mozzies have a field day - after reading the posts about leeches that have been put up on the forum recently :shock: I shudder to think what a day of nude bushwalking in Tassie might yield (deet or no deet)...
Running into strangers unexpectedly can also be a bit.... um... awkward, to say the least.
It also pays to REALLY check what you're sitting on..

I doubt that the Tasmanian climate is likely to inspire similar activities. Seems just a tad chilly (and then theres that LEECH thing, as previously mentioned... dear god, the LEECHES).
If my old man was still around though, I have a sneaking suspicion he'd give it a try. :D
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Postby Clownfish » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 3:16 pm

We've done a bit of skinny-dipping at places like Lee's Paddock (which is not for the faint-hearted, even in summer!), followed by a bit "air drying", I guess you would call it.

Our boys were horrified when another group of walkers showed up not 5 minutes after we'd re-dressed.
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Postby alliecat » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 4:27 pm

One friend has the habit of always taking a skinny dip on every bushwalking trip. Regardless of the weather and the location. The last one I witnessed was in an icy cold unnamed tarn just past Lake Price on the Arm River track. At least that was a sunny day, but I was not even remotely tempted to follow suit.

I did come across a group of Swedish backpackers splashing around in their birthday suits at Lake Dobson years ago. They'd just finished the Tarn Shelf circuit and needed a wash I guess :D Who was I to argue? :mrgreen:
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Postby Macca81 » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 4:45 pm

im a bit notorious for getting my kit off. not just out bush either.

have been nude in a pub (the bucks party in the adjacent room had no stripper, i felt i should oblige...), have been nude infront of about 2000 18-26 year olds at a rover event, have been nude in each sea/ocean/straight that surrounds this island of ours, have sat around a campfire nude (be careful putting those logs on, the sparks go everywhere...), have been nude in melbourne airport... that one got a few strange looks... but i got $50!


im definatly a fan of nudity.
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Postby corvus » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 5:51 pm

Macca81 wrote:im a bit notorious for getting my kit off. not just out bush either.

have been nude in a pub (the bucks party in the adjacent room had no stripper, i felt i should oblige...), have been nude infront of about 2000 18-26 year olds at a rover event, have been nude in each sea/ocean/straight that surrounds this island of ours, have sat around a campfire nude (be careful putting those logs on, the sparks go everywhere...), have been nude in melbourne airport... that one got a few strange looks... but i got $50!


im definatly a fan of nudity.


Is that what we call "Rovering to Excess" and if you only got $50.00 I guess it must have been just a little show in Melbourne :lol: :lol:
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Postby strewth » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 6:16 pm

i did a bit of a bare bush walk around Cape Raoul last summer...well, it was about this time of year...rather chilly and had a definate nipple chill factor going! Not sure i will be trying again!
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Postby Clownfish » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 7:54 pm

Well, the ladies would never get lost, I suppose ... they'd always have a map of Tasmania handy. :shock:
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Postby Son of a Beach » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 8:13 pm

alliecat wrote:I was not even remotely tempted to follow suit.


not tempted to follow birthday suit.

This topic always had the potential to head west (or south?). I guess I should be relieved that it's taken so long to start heading in that direction. :-)
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Postby Joe » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 8:19 pm

Clownfish wrote:Well, the ladies would never get lost, I suppose ... they'd always have a map of Tasmania handy. :shock:



Maybe not....some may be carrying a map of a rather large South American Country known for its soccer and massive statue of (y)our lord and savior ;)
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Postby Earthling » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 8:33 pm

The joy of being nude. Its a shame we live in a society where its not only frowned upon but illegal...
I started going nude during the summer at the dam up the paddock as a young fella. Freedom.

When dinghy driving for a crayfish diver up capeyork inner reef, as soon as he was over the side off the gear would come...glorious to be nude up their. Still enjoy going nude out bush if the weather/privacy prevails.
Had a nice qigong session not long ago nude in the bush.

Tis a glorious feeling being nude outside.
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Postby corvus » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 8:57 pm

Earthling wrote:T
Had a nice qigong session not long ago nude in the bush.

Tis a glorious feeling being nude outside.


Earthling ,
Do tell what is a "nice gigong" and why is it glorious to be nude outside ? keeps your BP weight down but I dont really understand the need to go nude especially if your body is like mine old hairy and wrinkly and fortunately not fat :?
Is it an hidden need to express yourself in such a way that you can divest yourself of reality if so again do tell please :)
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Postby tasadam » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 9:00 pm

I notice no-one has posted any photos yet.





Thanks for that!
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Postby Joe » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 9:13 pm

corvus wrote:
Earthling wrote:T
Had a nice qigong session not long ago nude in the bush.

Tis a glorious feeling being nude outside.


Earthling ,
Do tell what is a "nice gigong" and why is it glorious to be nude outside ? keeps your BP weight down but I dont really understand the need to go nude especially if your body is like mine old hairy and wrinkly and fortunately not fat :?
Is it an hidden need to express yourself in such a way that you can divest yourself of reality if so again do tell please :)
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qigong corv...you obviously arent a scrabble player....qi is one of those awesome scrabble words where you can use your Q without a U. Its a form of mumbo jumbo *cough* i mean tai chi
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Postby Earthling » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 9:15 pm

corvus wrote:
Earthling wrote:T
Had a nice qigong session not long ago nude in the bush.

Tis a glorious feeling being nude outside.


Earthling ,
Do tell what is a "nice gigong" and why is it glorious to be nude outside ? keeps your BP weight down but I dont really understand the need to go nude especially if your body is like mine old hairy and wrinkly and fortunately not fat :?
Is it an hidden need to express yourself in such a way that you can divest yourself of reality if so again do tell please :)
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Qigong....http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qigong

Its all about the freedom for me. Yes and divesting oneself from the reality that society pushes onto us all from the time we pop out. I dont have a hidden need to divest myself of societys 'reality'...its not hidden.
Being nude you FEEL everything so much more....if youve ever shaved your head totally bald, you will know what I mean. Its like riding a motorbike and feeling the temp changes in the valleys and hills, the wind...............its good.
Next time your off track and on your own...or with a companion who doesnt mind...try it.
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Postby corvus » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 9:17 pm

Oh yea still havent a clue !!
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Postby corvus » Mon 27 Apr, 2009 9:36 pm

Oh I see it now I think as a child of the sixties in swinging London in the summer of 64 :oops: :x :lol: :D :) :( :o :shock: :? :|
:? :mrgreen: :wink:
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Postby Son of a Beach » Tue 28 Apr, 2009 8:57 am

Earthling wrote:Being nude you FEEL everything so much more....

Fell a lot more of the cold, at least! :-)

if youve ever shaved your head totally bald, you will know what I mean.

This is why I've been wearing a beanie to bed for the last few days. My wife thinks it's like having a bogan in the bed (except without the mullet).
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Postby Nuts » Tue 28 Apr, 2009 9:28 am

taswaterfalls.com wrote:..qi is one of those awesome scrabble words where you can use your Q without a U. Its a form of mumbo jumbo *cough* i mean tai chi


Doesnt sound like using the I with the Q to me!

Some people just cant get over 'getting it off', me , I'm happy to keep my lilly white butt just that!
And as for shaving... showoff's!! i'm trying to keep all I have left. Iv'e always wondered whether people get into bike riding/racing just so they can shave their legs! c'mon, you's all do it, even though there will only ever be one Lance Armstrong, a few miliseconds wont matter.

Son of a Beach wrote:This is why I've been wearing a beanie to bed for the last few days. My wife thinks it's like having a bogan in the bed (except without the mullet).
:lol: :lol:

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Postby almontyrat » Fri 01 May, 2009 9:06 am

I chuckled the other day when I read the first paragraph of the link below. Having spent many hours both summer and winter on and around Mt Stirling,
I can't say I have encountered any "naturists" in the flesh (so to speak). Perhaps they only come out when the ski patrol has knocked off for the day.....

http://www.mtstirling.com.au/content.asp?id=7&t=1
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Postby Buddy » Fri 01 May, 2009 9:47 am

May be the answer as to how one gets two inches of plumbing out through six inches of lagging when answering Nature's call in winter! LOL
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