Well after a dodgy couple of days wondering what we might do (naked) on Ginny’s day off we looked at the forcast and decided to head for the beach at St Osyth and what a fun packed day we had. We left with clouds still overhead and the sun trying to peep out and as we got to the coast the clouds dissapeared.After clambering over the rocks and pebbles we started walking towards the naturist section.After stripping off we went all the way to the end of the beach where it becomes a no entry nature reserve.Turning back we walked along the beach passing a guy in the dunes with a ladies wig on,venturing on further still we came across a elderly gentleman sporting a rather fetching flowery frock,we later when leaving saw another guy wearing a ballet tu tu.Being opened minded it didnt bother us..but for gawd sake the temperature was hitting 80 degrees in the shade.Anyway we ventured on found a spot and settled down.After a while it was time for a dip as we needed to cool down after all that walking and for once after getting in,it was quite nice.On returning to our towels the storm flies flew in forcing us to move again and again.After another 3 hours it was time to head home.We stopped for refreshments and the Sailor Boy holiday cafe and left just as the clouds drew in.Driving back the heavens opened thunder and lighning torrents of water everywhere and we were left wondering what happened to the interesting characters we saw on the beach.After all,we thought naturist beaches were for taking everything off rather than dressing up and putting everything on.
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