Árbol del Sol

Volume 26, Number 8 August, 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

 

"It is an interesting question how far people would retain their relative rank if they were divested of their clothes."

 

--- Henry David Thoreau

 

 

The SunTree Traveler

What Happened in July

Another Fabulous Weekend in Glenwood

There was a good size group who showed up at the event at D and D's B & B for the July event.

The flies that showed up were not invited, but provided some entertainment.  The pool was a welcome place for the July temperatures, though Glenwood was far more comfortable than the Las Cruces or El Paso folks have gotten used to recently.

As with last year, some of us took a Saturday stroll up the White Water Canyon on the catwalk.  Of course that was just as spectacular as last year.

 

What is Coming Up Next?

SunTree Returns to Deming

SunTree has been invited back to Deming for another afternoon of a potluck meal and celebration of the swimming pool season.

We will once again go to visit them (and their pool) on Saturday, 18 August.

They have a wonderful above-ground pool complete with a sunshade if it happens to become an uncomfortably warm day.

The pool is in close proximity to their house in case we have a cloud-burst rain storm (or drizzle as we have experienced occasionally) or maybe snow.

There is always a stroll through their wonderful garden before the lunch (or after) meal. Be sure to bring a wide-brim hat.

Please contact the SunTree Club  if you plan to attend. The hosts need to have an idea of the numbers who will show up. This will be a potluck event, so let them know what you plan to bring and if it needs any special attention.

If you plan to spend the night of the 18th following the event at the Graham's  or at Faywood Hot Springs, you might want to check out the sky while you are there.  The near- new Moon that weekend should not be a problem in blanking out the Perseid meteor shower which will be past its predicted peak, but should still put on quite a show.  The New Moon will not rise until well after midnight.