Monday started out as a naked gardening day in Dellymaze Park at Olive Dell Ranch. I worked opening up a new trail to Boozer Springs, an area where the Feds blew up an illegal liquor still during prohibition times. The weather was fantastic! And naked gardening was even better!!
PJ and I shopped in Moreno Valley for an hour or so in the morning. One of the unique things about Olive Dell is the location – only five miles from major shopping, hospitals, etc., so it wasn’t long at all before we got back to the resort and got comfortable again.
After lunch Don and Dan from ThingsToDoNude.com arrived. [We anticipated their visit.] They had learned of our plans for the Bare Burro 5K April 18th, and wanted to find out more and help.
(The registration form for the Bare Burro 5K is now on the Olive Dell’s site at http://www.olivedellranch.com/.)
We freehiked the planned route for the 5K run. The day was very clear, so the views along the way and from the picnic table, the highest point on the run, were breathtaking.
Don and Dan seemed very excited about the course and the surrounding scenery. Freehiking while talking with friends is such a wonderful activity.
As we returned we discussed them helping arrange a nude disc golf course in the meadows along the trail, and sponsoring a disc golf competition. That would certainly be something fun to do nude. (Don and Dan have posted a short video showing Frisbee Golf at San Onofre Beach on their site - see the bottom of the page at http://www.thingstodonude.com/Frisbee/Frisbee.html .) Hopefully they’ll get excited about helping start disc golf at Olive Dell for real.
Are any readers interested in nude disc golf? Anyone interested in attending a nude disc golf competition?
On our return, we toured Dellymaze Park, and hiked the newly completed Olive Dell Nature Trail. Dan took a number of photos which I’m sure they’ll post on their site soon: http://www.thingstodonude.com/
(By the way, here are links to some fun Deep Creek freehiking and hot springing videos from their site: http://www.thingstodonude.com/weekend-reports/April/deepCreekHike.html, http://www.thingstodonude.com/weekend-reports/May/may2Hike.html)
After our tour, PJ and I enjoyed sitting on our deck and taking with Don and Don to get to know them better. They’ve already become good naturist friends. They had some good suggestions about marketing the Bare Burro 5K. We appreciate their willingness to help.
After their visit, we continued working on the park, and enjoyed a nice naked supper in the restaurant. Being naturists is a great way to live, and Olive Dell Ranch is a great place to live as naturists. Let us know if you’d like to visit.