Wandering Bare will be Celebrating May Day with a naked nature walk at Finley Wildlife Refuge. And pay honor to the two greatest social icons of all time. Groucho Marx – “I don’t want to belong to any club, that will accept me as a member.” And John Lennon – “You don’t need anybody to tell you who you are or what you are. You are what you are!”
(Weather and Authorities permitting*)
Finley Wildlife refuge is big, it’s really big with open spaces. Offering plenty of space to enjoy a secluded naked walk or wander bare. The refuge is usually deserted since most people visiting are there in the morning and evening when the birds and wildlife is more active. We have met a few textiled visitors in the past, it’s usually not a problem.
We will enter the reserve on the Beaver & Cattail Ponds trailhead located at a turnout off Bruce Road.
Beaver & Cattail Ponds Trail. We’ll enter the reserve, walking down a tree-lined service road to an old rock quarry site. Then through the Maple Knoll Research Natural Area and on the Beaver Pond.
At the interior service road or, “Campbell Lake Trail” this trail runs through the reserve and ties the Mill Hill Loop, Pigeon Butte Trails and the Campbell Board Walk.
We’ll have no addenda, just a chance to spend a peaceful afternoon wandering bare through natural world of Finley Wildlife Refuge.
* Weather and Authorities permitting. Weather, If is raining we’ll reschedule. Authorities permitting? “Question Authority” Up the revaluation!
Here is the link to the Finley trail map.
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