Palm Springs

by john
(Ontario, California)

Great! My wife had been a little nervous on the drive out to Palm Springs and finally admitted that she really did not think she could go naked in front of other couples.

When we arrived, I offered her the option to stay elsewhere and she said no. She said we have prepaid for the weekend so no choice but to go inside. I rang the bell at the door and there was a delay of several minutes and after what seemed like a life time the door opened and there stood the owner in the nude.

She was really quite nice and asked if this was our first visit to a nude resort and even though I had been nude socially before, rather than cause embarrassment to my wife, I just smiled. Sally, the owner welcomed us in and we followed her into the little office to register. Sally was trying her best to help to relax us with some small talk.

When I had filled out the registration form, Sally said "I don't think your wife will have a problem being nude this weekend. I asked why and Sally pointed behind me and there on the floor was my wife's sundress on the floor and I looked out the window and there was my wife wading into the pool completely nude with a big smile on her face.

The most difficult part of the entire weekend was having to get dressed after having enjoyed being totally nude for 48 hours. We have never looked back and go nude whenever possible.

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