It may not feel or look like Spring is near, however The Old Farmers Almanac Spring and Summer forecast for Montreal is looking good! Just remember how to properly tan this spring / summer so you don’t burn. If you forgot the blog I did on Sunbathing if you live in the Montreal area. If you live in Australia, Nudeyman did his own blog on Tanning.
“April and May will be drier than normal, with near-normal temperatures.
Summer will be warmer than normal, with the hottest temperatures in early July, mid- to late July, and early to mid-August. Rainfall will be above normal in the east and near normal in the west.
September and October will be warmer than normal, with below-normal precipitation.”
Though the forecast above is never always 100% accurate, we can only hope that it is true. If you wish to know the forecast for your area, go on Google and type in “summer forecast 2015” and the city & provence/state. (ie: summer forecast 2015 Tamworth Ontario)
There are many questions about what to do when it comes to getting that knock on the door and to ask yourself — to cover up or just swing the door wide open with nothing but a but smile on. Well, you are free to do it the way you like. However, if you’d like to be a respectful Naturist/Nudist then I would like to take the time and explain in my own opinion the options about this topic.
First you need to weigh out your situation. By that I mean if you live in a neighbourhood where nudism is completely normal. Then why not. But remember, Just don’t go swinging open the door before checking the peek hole or similar. The last thing you want is to open the door to the girl scouts and have them drop their cookies they are selling screaming as they run away disturbed by what they saw. Alternatively, I personally keep a pair of shorts next to my desk… or a house coat on the hook on the front door so when I look in the peek hole and it’s somebody I do not know, I don’t want to offend them so I cover up. If it were up to me I would answer it un-covered. There is a fine line to nudism when it comes to this topic but I certainly would not like to offend someone. One should respect the fact that not everyone is comfortable with nudism and have an understanding.
When I do meet someone for the first time, I do take the time to ask them if they are comfortable with nudity and if it offends them. Most of the time they say they are ok with it so the initial shock isn’t as an impact if you never warned them prior. moreover, add a sign on your door and write something on the lines for them to ring the door bell if they are comfortable with nudity and if they are not, to knock on the door.