Beginning late December, Rotota Roman XLII Camp-out promises to be a week of fun and challenging activities. So register now before you forget.
Perhaps more challenging but just as much fun - the annual polar plunge by members of The Orchard Sun Club. This time in a new venue, lifeguards and all!
Monty’s Odyssea saw him travel all around the central North Island in his seven metre certified self-contained motorhome and arrive back in time for Christmas.
Variable weather was how it was described in Wairau Valley as the Nude Golf International tee’d off last February.
At the same time, five happy glampers, led by Doug Ball, enjoyed superb weather in the Wairarapa.
Sweltering in 30 degree heat another five ‘boulder-hopped’ their way through Saw Cut Gorge in Marlborough. I do hope you enjoy some of the numerous photos taken during that day and featured in this issue.
Similar challenges may be found in the Calanques of Marseilles in the South of France where Président Association Naturiste Phocéenne, Bruno Saurex invites you to explore in this wild setting for naturism.
Another new contributor, photographer and model Bernardo Cesare, introduces you to his subject ‘Art and Nudism’.
Donna Miller invites you to get yourselves ready for another beautiful summer with something that we should definitely never overlook…a mole or skin check.
Several keen members of Hawkes Bay Naturist Club recently held a ‘Tree Bee’ with almost disastrous results as they removed several large trees from the grounds.
South Canterbury Sun Club is gearing up for its 40th Anniversary Celebration to be held in November.
So a great deal happening in the naturist calendar. If you have an event coming up or it’s been and gone already - tell us about it. In the meantime . . .A bientot!