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MarkThongLines

Date Posted:06/24/2018 05:10:01

I’m curious, now it’s cooled down (well maybe not in the far north), what do fellow Aussie thongers do when it’s not beach weather?Are there any ‘off season’ activities people are enjoying while are waiting for the heat to return?
dandyandy #1

Re:Australian thongers what do you do in the ‘off season’?

Date Posted:06/24/2018 07:34:49

The usual.
Family stuff.  Wearing as many clothes as possible because it's winter and I'm soft when I think how relatively mild our winter temperatures are.  Not really a swimmer either for winter as I tend to leave that to the warmer days as well.  Call it hibernation.  :)
Roll on the warmer and longer light days.
Grabeach #2

Re:Australian thongers what do you do in the ‘off season’?

Date Posted:06/26/2018 10:54:11

In Sydney, the prevailing winds in winter are from the south through west. I can usually find a harbour or coastal beach that is protected. From experience I've found any sunny day with a max temp above 16C is okay for sunning with the occasional invigorating quick dip. As the mean max for our coldest month (July) is 16.4C, there are plenty of good beach days right through winter.

I also frequent a couple of Olympic pools that are also 'sun traps'. I always get a lap lane (water heated to 26C) to myself. Invariably the only one sunning on the grass, but I'm fine with that. Added bonus is that I don't have to worry too much about sun creme at this time of the year.

When it's cooler still or cloudy, but not that windy, I'll be road / mountain biking or bushwalking. On really lousy days I'll catch up on house and garden work. That's the theory anyway. Family responsibilities often dictate otherwise!
Thongmad #3

Re:Australian thongers what do you do in the ‘off season’?

Date Posted:06/27/2018 04:41:50

 Being a surfer for well over thirty years, I tend to put my spare time into chasing the winter groundswell and offshore winds. It’s really the best time of year to surf on the East Coast.
I do get the occasional few hours at a protected spot like Grabeach mentions, but my lap swimming is done at 5am, so no sunning in thongs at that time of day. 
There is still a thong under my clothes 24/7 all year round.
Sydmixwrstlr #4

Re:Australian thongers what do you do in the ‘off season’?

Date Posted:06/29/2018 10:31:59

 Keep warm by thong wrestling ..
thenextthong #5

Re:Australian thongers what do you do in the ‘off season’?

Date Posted:07/25/2018 06:24:51

Spray tan lol...
...but also try and get into shape for summer. It's easy to think that skipping the gym and indulging in a bit of comfort food won't hurt when you're always covered up, but the warmer weather creeps up on you, so you want to be ready for it. So I'm lifting hard, and running at night to aid in burning away that mid section.
matt476 #6

Re:Australian thongers what do you do in the ‘off season’?

Date Posted:08/16/2018 02:17:45

... it's still 30 degrees plus on my balcony, so i get a head start on the tan for the season wearing nothing at all ... and trying out my latest little cossies ...
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