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Chessa

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About Chessa

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    Senior Member
  • Birthday 10/10/1971

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  • Location:
    Seasonally Nomadic.
  • Interests
    Nature, books, music, long distance walks, poetry & Via Ferrata.
  • Occupation
    Garden/Grounds/Tree maintenance. Herb/flower harvester. Previous rock climber & loyal Groundie.
  • Post code
    Various.
  • City
    UK and Europe

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  1. Chessa

    Naked model in the garden today

    This is not my bottom, no! Mine is usually scratched with brambles, besprinkled with bits of leaves and sawdust and lightly bruised from ladders and wheelbarrows and branches.
  2. Chessa

    Naked model in the garden today

    I love the way you put that Forestboy! However, the liberation of Naturism is not so much in the flaunting, but rather the being-at-one with Nature; whatever shape or size (or other embellishments) are bestowed upon us.
  3. Chessa

    In Desperate times...My Silky saves the day!

    Ahh, I’m in the Lounge, but this is the wrong thread. Sorry Foxy et al. Have reposted in Naked...Garden...etc thread. I think the sun has got to me?
  4. Chessa

    Naked model in the garden today

    We can always adjust the balance by working for our customers in the buff on World Naked Gardening day. I think it may include Arborists. (With or without bum cheek glitter.)  https://goo.gl/images/pVxXci
  5. Chessa

    In Desperate times...My Silky saves the day!

    We can always adjust the balance by working for our customers in the buff on World Naked Gardening day. I think it may include Arborists. (With or without bum cheek glitter.) https://goo.gl/images/pVxXci
  6. Chessa

    In Desperate times...My Silky saves the day!

    Hey! No offence taken Eggs! I was looking through intellectual gender non-binary glasses; but I was also grinning. A little twisted of me I know, but not terribly serious. 🙃
  7. Chessa

    In Desperate times...My Silky saves the day!

    “it”???! 😳 (Unless you are being intentionally gender non-specific there?)🤔
  8. Chessa

    In Desperate times...My Silky saves the day!

    So uplifting in every way Foxy! 🦊🌳💚💃
  9. Chessa

    FREE TICKETS TO BBC COUNTRYFILE LIVE WITH STIHL

    b) The MS 661 C-M ...please.
  10. Chessa

    Making the news today....

    Cool. I’ll look it up. I’m reading “The Moon is a Harsh Mistress” by Robert A. Heinlein. But, right now - I’m off to the pub - to find some of those CO2 bubbles (and win the booby prize at the village pub-quiz ... chocolates!) 😏
  11. Chessa

    Making the news today....

    I myself, edit quite a lot (like the person you were referring to): because I misspell, ”misgrammar” and accidentally miscommunicate quite a bit on first drafts; and I have plenty of afterthoughts to add later as well. Some of the writing I have done (requested by other people for reviews etc) has been edited with my consent or in one case misprinted. 😱 It’s a knife edge for writers sometimes. But, indeed: the idea of “changing history” through written documentation is a whole other can o’worms though. ... Thankfully the news has shifted to cans of beer now (and bottles and draught) before an imminent shortage of air bubbles. Reminds me of a book I am reading about living on the moon...
  12. Chessa

    Making the news today....

    What you wrote is beautiful, and the sentiment pure. “It’s a wonderful life...if you can find it”. (Nick Cave). Perhaps I have found myself spending too long in the eddy of 1 out of 10 times...trying to make a difference. (I’m old as has been pointed out quite rightly - but I’m still a child at heart). Oh, and if I was registered to vote I’d be a Green or something similar - but the nomadic life means it is tricky to “belong” anywhere to anything.
  13. Chessa

    Summer Solstice

    I offer my apologies and give my thanks. P.S. I do this with every tree I take down.
  14. Chessa

    Making the news today....

    If anything is good, it is well argued and thought-out contributions to debates like this. You guys should be politicians?! It feels to me a bit like the divisions and discussions amongst the American side of my family/kin who are scattered throughout the US and Canada. Those in Indiana/Michigan have different views entirely to those in Florida and Miami. So much to think about. The thinking runs back and forth, deep into history and into the future. We certainly do like our thinking and talking here - and not just about Arb matters. That is why we keep tripping by...isn’t it?
  15. Chessa

    Making the news today....

    If only life was as simple as our everlasting youthful dreams yearn for it to be so.

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