Three Days of Clothing Optional Peace

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August 31, 2019 @ 4:55 am – 5:55 am
DoLittle Pastures Farm
42440 Island Inn Dr
Lebanon, OR 97355

DoLittle Pastures Farm Invites you to Three Days of Clothing Optional Peace and Joy! Join us for 1, 2 or all 3 days at this family-friendly community event.
Last time we met at DoLittle Pastures Farm was “World Naked Gardening Day”. We had a fantastic time and felt welcome the moment we arrived. We also did some naked gardening. There is just something about digging in the dirt that is therapeutic and digging in the dirt naked is still more therapeutic. This experience brings you even closer to nature, the sun and breeze on your skin is wonderful. Then we enjoyed a lunch of grilled turkey sandwiches, Eric Pickles, and pickled asparagus. Everything was excellent. That Thanksgiving turkey from freezer section doesn’t even compare to how delicious a free-range turkey is.
This time we’ll be enjoying Three Days of Clothing Optional Peace, Joy, Pressing Apple cider, Natural Living, Potlucks, and Music.
We have several apple trees or bring your favorite apples for pressing. “BYOJ” (Bring Your Own Jug). Join us Labor Day weekend. We’ll have a potluck lunch and dinner. We’ll gather together in the evening for amusements and merry-making…bring instruments, songs, stories, and obscure talents!
“Why gather apples then press them to cider naked?”
It’s fun! As nudists, we know doing actives naked always makes it things more fun. Joining together we celebrate the freedom of nudism, the victories of summer.
Picking and pressing apples into cider is not only a simple joy, being a nudist reminds us that we can be honest with who we are and discover a closer bond to mother earth. A chance to awaken primitive instincts long lost in our modern lives.
Skinny dipping? Crabtree Creek awaits your plunge! Discover the perfect spot to recharge in nature, rest a spell or undertake a spiritual retreat.
Campsites are available, for more information about campsite go to:
You’re welcome to just wander the 80 acres of forest and meadows and explore the rustic but well-marked trails with multiple access points to Crabtree Creek.
Please carpool if possible, parking is limited to 10-12 cars.
RSVP to Eric: (805) 423-5462 or