Árbol del Sol

Volume 26, Number 3 March, 2018
A Publication of the SunTree Travel Club
SunTree Travel Club is an affiliate of The American Association for Nude Recreation
(AANR), AANR-West, and The Naturist Society


By the time a man is wise enough to watch his step, he's too old to go anywhere.


The SunTree Traveler

What Happened in February?

With the pack of SunTree world travelers missing from the area due to an emergency Caribbean Cruise on a Bare Necessities venture, the club made no plans for the month of February.

No report on that cruise has, as yet been received at SunTree Central, so this newsletter cannot provide the members with any news of the trip.  We can only hope that they did not become victims of Caribbean pirates.

What is Happening in March?

Tis The Month of St. Paddie's Day

As is usual for the month of March, the Mira Vista Resort will be celebrating St. Patrick's day (which accidentally happens on a Saturday this year). 

The SunTree patio get-together will be on the patio of room 36.  Bring any favorite snacks to share with any SunTree folks who stop by as well as Mira Vista or other passers-by who wish to meet the gang.  That will be on the afternoon of Saturday, 17 March around 2:30 or 3 PM.

If anybody who went on the Bare Necessities Cruise wishes to share their adventure with their fellow club members, we might have to see if we can get the proper equipment for you to present a Power Point presentation on the patio.

Wild News

That should read "news of the Wildwood weekend". 

The late breaking news on that trip is that there is currently no news.  A couple of folks realize that this is a serious possibility, so they have sent in $100 checks to insure their slot for the event and a notification to SunTree that they are interested in participating.  I guess that means that I have to get serious about the planning. 

Unfortunately, Wildwood is still closed for the winter, so my calls to their answering machine have been recorded, but a reply for the reservation is still in abeyance. 

Those of you who plan to participate and want to send in a deposit, I can assure you that the entire deposit will be returned to you if we do not get enough people interested in the event and we have to cancel (like last autumn). 

If we get enough people (more than we had the last time we had an event there) the event will happen and you will get a refund based upon the number of people sharing the cost of the facility. 

More information will be posted as it becomes available.