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By Brandie Weikle Special to the Star
The Toronto Star
Tues., March 7, 2017

andrea budzey bare oaks Growing up, Andrea Budzey’s only notion of being naked in a social setting was through hearing about so-called nudist colonies.
But after passing the sign for Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park on Highway 404 near East Gwillimbury, Ont. for years, she had grown curious.

“I found out that naturist meant nudist, because I was unfamiliar with the term. And then I was just blown away knowing that it was actually close to where I lived,” she says.

A new mom, Budzey decided that a visit to Bare Oaks should go on her bucket list. So on one beautiful summer day when the weather was just right, she packed up her then five-month-old son and made the trip.

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Nick and Lins
Happy Wanderings Blog
January 03, 2019

Nick and Lins

This is already the 3rd new year we’re celebrating on Naked Wanderings. The last two years we’ve expressed our wishes towards you and we were actually about to do the same this time when we noticed that what we want to wish you haven’t really changed much. So we could write exactly the same thing again, maybe in some other words. Or you could just have a look at our wishes for 2017 and 2018.   We don’t like to...


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Nick and Lins
Happy Wanderings Blog
December 24, 2018

Nude YogaSomehow it seems like naked yoga or naked pilates are becoming a bit of a habit when we visit major cities in the world. Our most impressive naked workout and probably also the one we will remember for the rest of our lives is still our Naked in Motion class on the eleventh floor of a building in downtown Manhattan. A nude yoga class while you’re watching the sun setting over the New York skyline… It’s something you don’t forget that easily.strong>

Recently we found ourselves dropping our pants again for a naked yoga class in another one of the world’s most impressive cities: Buenos Aires. Color Natural is a local organization which organizes naked yoga, dance and body expression classes in artistic and body positive environments spread around the city.

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Nick and Lins
Happy Wanderings Blog
January 08, 2018

nude beach 350x263One day your father, your wife, your daughter, your BFF or your uncle Fred drops the word: they are nudists. If you have no idea what it is or how to handle this new information and you have a ton of questions, this document will help you on your way.
Or maybe you are uncle Fred, walking up and down the aisle for the hundredth time, rehearsing the words you’re going to say: “Family, I am a nudist”.

In this article, you will find some cornerstones for your speech and if you’re not that much of a talker, you can just print it out and shove it in front of people’s faces. Whatever you think is best, Fred.

What is a nudist?
Other than “nudist”, also the term “naturist” is often used, and in this blog, we like to use “nudie”. Basically, it all comes down to the same thing. A naturist/nudist/nudie is someone who enjoys being naked, with or without the company of others.

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Please read "9 Tips for First Time Female", "9 Tips for First Time Male" and 9 Tips for the First Time Nudie Family".
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Nick and Lins
Happy Wanderings Blog
June 11, 2018

9 Tips for First Time Nudie CoupleWe’ve been talking about how to take the first steps as a man or as a woman, but the best way (at least to us because that’s how we started) is as a couple. Most probably one of the two will drop the idea “honey, this summer I would like to spend our holidays in the nude”. The other half will then respond with a “Yay, I want this too” or an “I’m not so sure about that” or even a “Where the hell did you get that ridiculous idea from?”. It doesn’t really matter, as long as you did your research and know what you’re talking about, your better half might give it a chance.

Even better is of course (lucky us!!) if you stumble into the lifestyle as a couple.

1. This is not the place to be jealous

We like to protect what’s ours, it’s an animal instinct which few of us can get rid of. We see others as a possible threat to our relationship and we want to avoid that. Okay, this is a very reasonable thought and we do understand your concerns but we want you to forget everything about it. Really. Drop that thought.

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