It’s WNBR (World Naked Bike Ride) season here in the UK. London yesterday, Brighton today.
And just to remind you Pookes is riding in the Brighton one today, the second time she’s taken part in the WNBR.
We’ll be scouring the photos from the event later to see if we can spot our intrepid co-editor. Good luck Pookes!
We left the children with Gran on Friday afternoon, and drove for about an hour away from our house, pitched a tent, lit a fire, baked potatoes, drank a little wine. Oh, and danced around the fire. Naked. By only the light of our fire.
I don’t know why, but we’ve never camped before in such spartan conditions, and never had the nerve to take our clothes off in what was essentially public woodland.
It felt a little bit ‘dangerous’, to tell the truth, but we soon warmed up to the idea of being a little bit ‘out there’. 🙂
Yes, it rained, but no, we didn’t get wet, as we’d pitched the tent under some conifers, which meant that even when the showers got heavier we remained dry and cosy. It was magical sitting there watching the rain pass us by. We shall certainly do it again!
And now it’s time to get caught up with all SLN related matters 🙂
Lake Nekid, currently home to SLN, is, we’re disappointed to report, to close on June 22nd.
The search for a new home in SL begins again 😦
In the meantime, here’s a photo of this week’s editorial meeting, taken at the lovely Lake Nekid.