Author: barelygrilling

Barely Grilling Series

Barely Grilling BBQ Cook-Off Series 2013 – 2014 The purpose is to promote a nudist cooking series to be held at various naturist resorts and venues across the AANR Southwestern Region, creating an excellent opportunity to introduce social nudity to outdoor cooks in a friendly and spirited competition. Each series will feature a specific meat category. Events will be held periodically at a different club to highlight the properties, amenities and opportunities offered. Awards will be presented for 1st through 3rd place. All placing participants in each event will accumulate points. The top 10 cooks with the most points at the end of the series will be invited to the Barely Grilling BBQ Cook-Off Series (BGBCS) Cook of the Year event to determine the winners of the series. Cooks must participate in at least 3 events to qualify for an invitation. The series will run from July through May with the BGBCS Cook of the Year Event in June. 

The end of innocence – My Earliest Nude Experiences

I pretty much grew up in “nowhere” Texas. There was a creek a mile or two from my house and my friends and I would always ride our bikes down to the “swimming hole” as we called it. Almost every day. In the 70’s kids around here were allowed to take off on their bikes. As long as we were home by dark, nothing was ever said about it. Anyway… No matter how dry the creek was the hole was always full of clear cool water. There were 3 springs that ran in to the hole and the flow was just enough to keep it full. I guess I started at about 9 or 10 years old. Sometimes there would be as many as 10 or 12 kids there on any given day. Boys and girls. Skinny Dippin’ was given. Nobody ever thought about. Just shuck those clothes and jump in.

Barely Grilling Cookoff Series Begins Guest blogger @baregrilling

Thursday 9/20 With excitement building I hitched up the camper and starting making my way north to Decatur, Texas for our first event at the Wildwood Naturist Resort. It is roughly a 3 hour drive and I thought I would never get there. The weather was perfect with sunny skies and the temperature around 72 degrees at 8:00am. The trip was uneventful other than a little bit of traffic backed up in Ft Worth but that is really nothing new. I was planning to stop by Wally World (Wal-Mart) in Decatur to pick up a few groceries and was somewhat surprised that there was virtually no way to get in the parking lot with a travel trailer. It seems that every Wal-Mart I have ever seen always has a RV or two in the parking lot. Not this one. No problem. I went out to the resort and checked in, dropped the camper off then went back to town for supplies. I arrived back at my campsite with enough provisions for my 4 day stay. …