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Smurfs and Snappers and Bears! Oh My!
When the weather forecast calls for lots of sun, high humidity, high temperatures in the mid 90s, and a heat index up to 107 degrees, just how mad do you have to be to hike up mountainous terrain and across a high ridge, just to jump in a lake? On this very day, seven and a half smurfs decided we were mad enough for the challenge, errwell, on the other hand perhaps some of us just did not quite realize what we were in for.
With the automobiles parked, Mother Smurf (aka Beth Nolan) guided us down the long steep road to find the trail head. About two hundred yards down the road Mama Smurf determined to lead us back up the hill to find young nudist sex . Already dripping with sweat some of us joked about jumping in the water and calling it a day, but we carried on.
But we quit two or three times to catch our breath.
“So, it is not far from here then Mama Smurf?”
“We must cross the top of the ridge first then we’ll be there,” answered Mother Smurf.
Onward we set across the ridge. A large black bear ceased about 40 yards away to look back at us for a number of instants. Perhaps he was only camera shy.
“How much further Mom Smurf?”
“We are about half way there,” said Mama Smurf.
A little further on, profuse sweatingcheck..fatiguecheck..thrills and goose bumpscheck. I understood my body was over heated after I began getting goose bumps in 90 degree temperatures. The ridge was covered with spots of tree coverage and open areas. Every time we reach an open area the sun beat right down. By then everyone needed a good rest, so we made an extra long stop.
“Is it much further Mom Smurf?”
“YES IT IS!!!!” yelled Mama Smurf.
Mom Smurf did not actually cry at us, but before we were done I believe we all nagged her at least once. When we eventually made it to the lake, none of us thought twice. We stripped off our clothes and jumped right in.
During our lunch break in the shade, an extremely inquisitive snapping turtle came right up to visit us. It was enormous; its shell must have already been over 15 inches in diameter. He remained for quite a while flashes for our pictures. After he left, we went for one last skinny dip with some trepidation. Suffice it to say, some of us were less than enthusiastic about offering up a wienerschnitzel snack to our pal.
With two guide books among us, we found there was a shorter trail back to civilization. So we started hiking back. As we came over a hill top I spotted a rock ledge. “Oh boy, I saw that rock ledge and thought it was a road. I believed we were saved.” I said. “Thus did I,” laughed Mama Smurf. russian nudism trudged along when the new ridge opened up to some stunning view. Without presuming we all stopped to take in the view. Finally we continued on, and before long we made it back down the incline to the world.
View of Greenwood Lake
Despite the sore legs, mild heat exhaustion, and a specific muddy backside the efforts of the day proved worth the challenge. After all, how often do you really get to see giant snapping turtles, wild black bears, and panoramic views from atop a mountain ridge? And don’t forget the naked swimming / skinny-dipping too!
For people who never watched the Smurfs, here is the classic picture:
This Recap Of The FKK Naked Hike and Unclothed Swimming in New Jersey was published by – Young Naturists & Naturists America
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