no public nudity.

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well, who knew? 

 

“if god had meant us to walk around naked, he would never have invented the wicker chair. “

-erma bombeck

 

 

 

 

 

saugatuck, michigan usa – july 2020

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  1. The sign is so specific about what isn’t permitted that I would be inclined to believe that anything not listed on the sign is perfectly fine. Which does leave quite a few options, albeit we’ll all have to keep our clothes on…

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  2. We have a sign from the Let ‘er Buck room, under the grandstands during the Pendleton Roundup, one of the oldest rodeos in the West. It says: Keep Your Clothes On. By Saturday, the elk head over the bar is festooned with various undergarments. It’s not a quiet place to drink, but it is interesting.

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  3. I loved Erma, but really, that wicker chair only becomes a problem when one sits in it, so the walking around would work fine. And why do they say “public nudity”? That seems to imply if one’s nudity was private then it wouldn’t count… I’m just glad nudity was the worst thing they could think of.

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