Sunday, March 3, 2013

gonatural Magazine Issue #224 March 2013

The March 2013 #224 edition of gonatural Magazine has now been printed and sent. If you're a subscriber then you should have received your copy in the post or a notification that the digital version is available.

In this Issue #224:
A surprise luncheon was held at Auckland Outdoor Naturist club for Les Olsen who was awarded Honorary Life Membership of the New Zealand Naturist Federation.
New Year, new page...NZNF Communications Officer, Donna Miller signals a fresh and professional update to the website:
Also this wonderfully warm spell of fine weather is ideal for visitor days - Donna suggests a number of ways in which members could open their grounds and maximise the exposure of clubs to potential members and show grounds and facilities at their best.
Miniten is described as ‘the beautiful game’ at Pineglades Naturist Club which now boasts two beautifully refurbished courts. We bring you news of three attempts to secure the Skinny Dip World Record held around New Zealand during the summer; and Ken Mercer ruminates on a sporting dilemma experienced at national festivals.
Is there a difference between baloney and blarney? Find out if there is in Ireland Naturally.
Summer notes from The Orchard tell us about the fun to be had in Central Otago including the annual K Cup Miniten Tournament in Middlemarch during the middle of March.
Variety is the spice of life and aptly describes the Aquarian festival activities. Pam Griffin brings you a delightful article and several photos from the New Age of Aquarius Festival held by the Wellington Naturist Club at Te Marua.
A very special naturist wedding day was celebrated at Te Marua (Wellington Naturist Club) on Saturday 5th January with several friends and family in attendance - introducing Wendy and Nick Lowe, whose photo graces our front cover.
Somehow, many of the naturists attending the festival fitted in some naked action on the Rimutakas and Pos Shute brings you this feature. More on the Nude Dude in America - this time from DeAnza Springs.
Well known in the Australasian naturist community, Ruth and Rod Pegg have taken on the lease of Valley Naturist Bush Retreat in Far North Queensland and invite you to see and enjoy the many recent improvements to the property.

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