A Season Approaches for Going Bare and Green

Lukas at home

I have posted about my friend Lukas who lives in the Netherlands before. Like myself, he is married; and like myself, he takes advantage of opportunities to be nude both at home and when travelling to other countries. And, like myself, he participates in an on-line naturist community of sorts called the NOOK.

By the evidence of his recent photos, the weather in the Netherlands is much nicer than here on the Canadian prairies.

Lukas with a pot full of pansies in the garden.

One of the things about living in a harsher climate, is the rarity of having a privacy fence that is green and alive. Survival of plants is always an issue when temperatures during the winter season plummet at times to colder than -40 Celsius, with long periods with wind and sub-twenty degrees searing vegetation.

Still, with care, even here, one can create a small green haven for enjoyment of sunshine. Yesterday, I noticed the soil bulging with new growth of our Rhubarb plants. Beside the garage, tulip plants have green shoots.

Today, the sun re-appeared with the promise of a warm 13 C. predicted for the afternoon. It looks like spring has hopefully arrived to stay.

4 thoughts on “A Season Approaches for Going Bare and Green

    • It is said we have two seasons – winter for 9 months, then not-winter for June, July, and August. That said, that doesn’t mean snow or hail or cold will not occur during those three months.


  1. Svmer is icumen in
    Lhude sing cuccu
    Groweþ sed
    and bloweþ med
    and springþ þe wde nu
    Sing cuccu

    Awe bleteþ after lomb
    lhouþ after calue cu
    Bulluc sterteþ
    bucke uerteþ

    murie sing cuccu
    Cuccu cuccu
    Wel singes þu cuccu
    ne swik þu nauer nu

    Sing cuccu nu • Sing cuccu.
    Sing cuccu • Sing cuccu nu


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