April 27, 2009: After driving down to hill to pick up some items, PJ and I spent a number of hours gardening. Nude gardening is one of our favorite pastimes. Our site at Olive Dell Ranch has a spectacular rock garden area. We spent most of today digging and planting. PJ is building an entire city with small buildings and characters in our rock garden. But of course the best part of our garden is being natural in the shade and sun. With naked gardening you're cool even on a hot day - the sweat naturally cools you body, and of course there are no sweaty clothes to make you uncomfortable, and no laundry afterwards. And we don't have to worry about getting dirty - we just head to the outside showers at the clubhouse - heaven.
We then ate dinner nude in the resort restaurant, and soaked in the hot tub with several others, before heading back to the trailer for a nice nude sleep. We'd recommend nude gardening to everyone. And we’d recommend making a home at a nudist resort.
April 28, 2009: This morning we arose early in our trailer at Olive Dell. I checked my emails. PJ got inspired and started working on one of her little village scenes in the garden. I took a freehike for about an hour. The weather was perfect again – cool without being too cold – and the trail was beautiful. I met up with five wild donkeys right in the middle of the trail, and saw five others on the hillside across the canyon. I also saw several rabbits, a squirrel, several quail, and a beautiful red-headed hummingbird.
I returned just as PJ was finishing her garden village, and we hurriedly packed up and headed back to Redlands in time for work. The exercise – nude gardening and freehiking - has been physically very good for me – I’ve lost 18 pounds in the past month and have my diabetes well under control. Naturism certainly is healthy – at least for me.
April 30, 2009: We drove up to Olive Dell again to spend the night in our new trailer. Gardening, soaking, sleeping, and awaking for a freehike before leaving the resort in time to get back to work. Both PJ and I love this approach to living.
Here is a link to a few photos of our visits during April: http://imageevent.com/kenandjane/aprilatolivedell