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    How much do you think it would cost to purchase one of those oceanfront bungalos featured in todays photo of the day ?..... Do you think any of the owners are naturists ...or gawkers?...Odb [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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    How much do you think it would cost to purchase one of those oceanfront bungalos featured in todays photo of the day ?..... Do you think any of the owners are naturists ...or gawkers?...Odb [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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    • #3
      Just saw Nutex post about the Cal earthquake....value of these homes might have taken a slight dip...not too far from epicenter and Nuclear power plant...Didnt feel it it up here in SF bay area...Odb :

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      • #4
        those houses are nasty huge, i guess the land value is amazingly high. and one of them is under construction on the right side of the photo. it looks like a steep drop, i think those people would never see the beach from their homes anyways, so they would have to try really hard to see the nuddies below.

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        • #5
          Those homes are only going to cost you several Million $$$$$. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_rolleyes.gif[/img]
          That is a very steep cliff above the Cove, many of the gawkers have fallen trying to get a peek! I am more afraid of the big Kitty Cats that roam the area! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_eek.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_eek.gif[/img]

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          • #6
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            Originally posted by outdoorbare:
            [qb] How much do you think it would cost to purchase one of those oceanfront bungalos featured in todays photo of the day ?..... Do you think any of the owners are naturists ...or gawkers?...Odb [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [/qb]
            If they follow form from some other megahome owners adjacent to nudist beaches, they will make allegations that immoral acts on the beach are destroying their quality of life... attracting bad elements to the neighborhood... etc. That public safety demands an end to nudism there, and by the way, the beach isn't really safe for any public swimming.... etc... until they have a defacto private beach.


            Another view

            -Mark

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            • #7
              A large section of Cable Beach, Broome [WA] was declared clothes optional in 1980.
              Since then, land at the back of the free beach has been opened up for housing and has become Broome's "millionaires' row".
              So far as I know, there hasn't been any calls to change the status of the beach.
              On the downside, the Broome economy is very heavily reliant on tourism and they do absolutely nothing to publicise the free beach.
              Many of my retired friends spend Perth's winter months there [it's like leaving more northerly parts of USA for Florida], but only for the free beach, because Broome doesn't really have much else.

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              • #8
                You cannot see it, but there is a road next to those houses that run next to the beach entrance. That road has been blocked off from the left side of the photo. This is where everyone parks when they go down to the beach. Also, the undressing is done down on the beach, for the walk is long and steep. The road to the houses is to the right of the photo, which is coming from Shell Beach. There is no way down to the beach from that direction. It is more of a rocky cliff.

                The only ways down to the beach is either from the north side (parking lot) or by boat. The beach is a prime beach, for it is facing the south and usually does not get the winds from the north.


                As far as the residents goes, they are very aware of the nudists below them. In fact, there are some nudists who live in one of those houses, and they frequent the beach pretty regularly.

                Being that we just had an earthquake yesterday, I would be curious about the houses. On the far left of the photo, the beach is a lot larger than before. The cliff gave away and there was a huge landslide. It is a nice place to get naked and enjoy, but I would not want to live THAT close to the waters' edge. As HW stated, these homes are in the high dollar range. But with all of the activities that take place in this state (land slides, earthquakes), it wouldn't take much for these home to become a pile of rubbish.

                This photo was taken on the trail that leads down to the beach. The trail is on the west side, that is usually frequented by gawkers. Many times, you can spot people looking through binoculars. A little ways down from where this photo was taken, there is a cut off, one that leads to the beach, and the other leading to a cave. Very nice area.

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                • #9
                  NudeM...Yes Pirates Cove is a beautiful beach..I..managed to escape clothes free there for a couple of hours in late October while taking my daughter to a band review at Arroyo Grande and to check out Cal poly...It was a fantastic day ...no wind ..80 degree temp and harbor seals within 30 feet to view...I cant hardly believe the Coastal Commission is still allowing construction so close to the cliffs and beach...but if I was a millionaire I probably would love to purchase one of those multimillion dollar homes...Coastal lots are limited...and these are some of the best..climatewise and scenic...enough to overlook earthquakes landslides etc... [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img] Odb

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                  • #10
                    As the others have said Pirates Cove is BEAUTIFUL and well preserved. As HW said there is a house under construction to the right of the ones in this picture, the cost according to the flyer is 3.5 million incomplete.All these homes are BEAUTIFUL as well.

                    As for the "friendliness" of the owners, they are well aware of the LONG HISTORY of the beach. As a matter of fact the homeowners, developer, and the regulars of the beach have a GOOD relationship. In fact the homes were supported by the beach users in exchange for the support of the beach by the developer. Where other than California do you find such odd Allies?

                    For those that might go to this beach (as well as ALL others), PLEASE CLEAN UP after yourself. Carry MORE trash out than you brought in. Trash is the FUEL that many closed minded people use to close OUR beaches. Without that fuel they are hard pressed to cause the closures.

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                    • #11
                      "Todays Photo March 13"....Hmmmm? Hey guys...Uh... Bass Lake isn't a CO resort area is it?....And this doesn't appear to be a secluded cove with all the houses in the background...Has Naturism been accepted there ...or is everyone just gone for the Winter?...Way to Go!

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                      • #12
                        Most people are just gone for the winter. It is not considered a CO resort. The INA crew is brave and they like pushing the lifestyle within reason.

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                        • #13
                          Thanks Corky for the quick reply...Hope you're able to get some time out enjoying this fantastic "Winter" weather we've been having here in CA. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img]

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                          • #14
                            Odie...here in the flatlands the weather has been Tan-fastic! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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