World Naked Gardening Day (WNGD) is a fun event celebrated on the first Saturday of May, annually. In 2023, it occurs on tomorrow, 6 May. Gardeners from all over the world get together – at least, in spirit, – to attend to their flowers and plants wearing no clothes or shoes, although hats and sunglasses are permitted!
World Naked Gardening Day (WNGD) is a recent occasion it was first observed in September, 2005, and the same month in 2006. In 2007, the official date was determined to be the first Saturday in May and has remained so since. Due to the differences in the climate globally, some countries hold their own date for the event, such as Canada (June, every year) and New Zealand (October).
Prior to the coronavirus COVID-19 quarantine and restrictions, my spouse…
On the first day of Christmas, right after lunch, Zonka and I went on a trip to a place I discovered last summer during one of my bicycle trips. It is a small artificial water reservoir in the middle of a forest with two small islands. Nice place for sunday summer picnics. It’s a pity that swimming is not allowed.
Winter disappeared as quickly as it appeared. Well, at least for the moment. And as for autumn, I missed the time when its face was the most colorful and when I finally managed to choose with my camera, the yellow leaves had already fallen to the ground. Too bad 😦
The first snow has just fallen, although autumn is still in full swing. I haven’t taken any photos this year’s autumn yet, and it would be worth it before winter gets too comfortable. And it’s really gold 🙂
for nudity, undoubtedly the best time of year is summer with its thirty degrees. After this year, unfortunately, only a memory remains. Nevertheless, autumn, my wife’s favorite season, can have its charm when it comes to life in nudity, especially when the temperatures still allow it. This is the time of harvesting and processing fruits and vegetables. Cucumbers have grown very well this year. of which we have picked up a whole lot. And apples, my favorite fruit. For the first time I took to drying them and in such a larger amount. Rising electricity costs prompted me to get myself a wood-fired garden dryer. It is equally useful for drying apples and mushrooms. Pleasant with positive, right? 🙂
at first it seemed to me that I would not find anything, but after walking a few hundred meters I found the first boletus, then another one right next to it, and about 50 meters further there was a whole bunch 🙂