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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Brave New World

It was a lovely day at Glen Eden Nudist Resort near Corona, California this weekend. We were only able to visit for the day, but the weather was slightly warm with a cooling breeze that made the day perfect. The summer crowds were gone, making way for more elbow room and a quieter environment. We invited a friend to join us who had been contemplating visiting a nudist resort but hadn't yet found the opportunity. Well, we knocked and she joined us for a couple of hours. It was fun to share with her our secret to relaxation and once she was able to throw away her self conciousness she too began to relax. Moving from being fully clothed to covering up with a sarong, then throwing her towel off to the side in order to jump in the pool was a brave and unnerving experience simultaneously. By the end of the short time she spent with us, she admitted that she wished she could stay longer and that she felt much braver now having shed her clothes and her concerns.


  1. Hi: Love your blog! I also have a blog at My wife PJ and I were members at Glen Eden for a number of years - loved singing karaoke there. We also love freehiking. We now have a trailer at Olive Dell Ranch (, where we maintain Dellymaze Park. While we are currently on a work assignment in Texas, we should return to California soon. You guys would be welcome to visit us then. My email is


  2. Thank you Kenfreehiker. We may just have to take you up on your invitation. We've been meaning to check out Olive Dell and just haven't made it out there yet. We have friends from Naturists in the OC (NITOC)that are members at Olive Dell as well. Take care and I hope to hear from you again.

  3. Is that guy with a golf cart tricked up like an Army Jeep still around? 'Way cool!

  4. I don't remember seeing the Army Jeep golf cart. I'll have to look for it next time I'm out there.

  5. The Army Jeep golf cart is still there, allnudist. I don't remember seeing it being driven during any of my recent visits, but I always see it parked next to its owner's permanent (trailer) site.

    Glen Eden is truly one of my favorite places. My wife, Kathy, and I have been members for years.

    Gregg Gatewood