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Date Posted:06/21/2018 07:03:34Copy HTML

Does anyone else go to the beach when it is raining.  I don't mean when we have fierce storms, but on a day when it is hot and there is a light sprinkle.  It can be refreshing and is sometimes a quite different experience.  First, because the rain storm usually will drop the temperature, but the lake water does not have such a major temperature shift, and because of this, it is cool out of the water, but the water can feel warm, like a nice soaking tub.  Next, the rain usually scares other people away, and so it can be a time when you can get away with things you don't normally do in nice weather.  And lastly, when it is time to go, you might find that the rain soaks your cloths, so you can go into a convenience store or gas station in a wet t-shirt and look good but nobody thinks you are doing it to look sexy -- they just assume you got wet from the rain.  Fourth, I have even had greater thong acceptance, or acceptance of other swimwear.  In the rain, people don't expect you to dress as fully, and you can go in wearing a few levels less clothing than you might normally wear.  Scott and Brad have both gone into "no shirt" establishments during a rain storm and nobody seems to care.

itanng #1

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/21/2018 12:28:01Copy HTML

When I was at Galveston a couple years ago, I took the 1.5 mile walk from the Beachtown area (near parking lot 1A) down to the wall that separates the long beach from Stewart Beach, wearing just my g-string and sunglasses.  It was mostly sunny when I left, clouded up while I was on the way to the "wall", and rain began as soon as I turned back to my starting point.

The only problem was the sunscreen - it dripped from my head into my eyes and stung. Had it not been for that, the rain-walk would have been a fabulous experience, rather than just a great one.
And, yes, I'd love to do it again (without sunscreen).
stringueur #2

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/21/2018 01:33:35Copy HTML

 I like to swim in the outdoor swimming pool when it is raining.There are few people and the lifeguards are far because they don't want to be wet.So i take benefits to swim with my conservative thong under the rain. Moreover, i don't need to put sunscreen (but i don't have thong tanlines either).Lifeguards and swimmers don't battle an eye and assholes are not at the swimming pool when it is raining.
JM_Runs #3

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/21/2018 01:50:24Copy HTML

I don't swim seriously, so my head is out of the water, yet  I like swimming or lounging around in the sea when it rains, even during strong downpours: There is a secret, a hat.

When it rains hard the drops smash into the sea and rebound drops pop back up. So just above the sea there is drops smashing down and and equal number of drops jumping up.  All of this can be quite blinding, unless you have a hat or cap with a brim. With a cap the magic plays out inches from your face, but your eyes and nose are shielded.  Swimming or lounging with just your head out of the water is magical. 

The problem is summer rain often comes with summer thunderstorms, so the lifeguards like to clear the beach if there is lighting or thunder anywhere close, even though you less likely to be struck while mostly submerged in the sea than walking around on the sidewalks.

In the summer it is fun to run on wet beach sand. The rain firms up the soft sand, and provides cooling from the summer heat and humidity.  Again a running cap is the difference between an annoyance and joy.  

The Swan #4

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/21/2018 01:54:42Copy HTML

 I like the rain if it's warm and light.
sailor250 #5

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/22/2018 01:00:06Copy HTML

 Alittle off the rain subject but wanted to let you know a trick.  I seek out Kid's sunscreen lotion specifically to wear on my face.  It doesn't burn if it gets in your eyes.  I've gotten some regular in my eyes while driving home in traffic and it's no fun.
Regarding the rain.  I have taken some nude hikes on the beach in the rain- it cools you off, you're water proof and maybe I'll wear a hat to keep my hair dry or maybe not. You could do the same in a suit too.
abczyxabczyx #6

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/22/2018 04:15:29Copy HTML

 I like to be completely naked in the warm rain.  It is the best feeling ever.
beachlion #7

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/22/2018 09:15:19Copy HTML

 When going to the beach, I always check out the weather forecast. In the Netherlands, where I was born, the same. A few times I knew what was coming when in the afternoon it started to rain. Everybody packed up and left the beach in a hurry. I stayed because the rain would not stay long. After some time, the rain stopped, the sun was shining again and I had the whole beach to myself. Nobody would go back for such a short period of time. The only thing I had to do was packing my stuff in a garbage bag to keep it dry and walk around to enjoy the refreshing rain. I see no difference between getting wet from the rain or getting wet from the sea.
Da6772 #8

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/22/2018 11:04:12Copy HTML

Oh yes.  I've had some fun times in warm rain.
Several years ago, I felt the rain starting, packed up my stuff and started walking back toward the parking lot.  I didn't get down the wooded path very far before it really started to come down.  So hard that I could barely see the boats thirty feet from shore, scurrying away.  I ducked under some trees, got down to my suit and stepped into the water.  I saw how difficult it was to see, so I immediately took off my suit and went swimming.  It felt like warm bath water.  It was so fun to do that in daylight and right in front of the boaters, even though it wasn't a big risk since the boaters couldn't "ID" me because of the heavy rain.  I did learn to bring a kitchen-size trash bag with me on future outings in order to prevent my clothes and towels from becoming soaked.  It may be fun with warm rain, but if the wind kicks up, you'll definitely want dry towels!
Good advice from JMRuns about wearing a hat.  Those heavy raindrops are not kind to the face.
Mary0826 #9

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/23/2018 08:21:51Copy HTML

 I have been to a few hot-springs, both natural and commercial in the rain, and the contrasting temperature between the rain and hot-springs water (or even just warm springs water) is amazing.  But one of the oddest things was going to a commercial hot springs with lifeguards that was up in the mountains.  After a 10-15 minutes, you can go out in the cold -- even when it is snowing for a few minutes and not get cold.  It is sort of funny seeing life guards in heavy winter parkas.  Oh yes, we wore thongs both in the rain and snow and skinny dipped at the natural hot springs.
hiker2 #10

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/24/2018 02:06:01Copy HTML

Several years ago on a camping trip in a somewhat less-frequented part of the Adirondack Park I had backpacked in to a campsite on a lake and planned to make a day hike to another lake about 4 or 5 miles away.  On the day I had planned to go the high temperature was in the upper 60s and there was a pretty steady rain, sometimes heavy and sometimes dropping to moderate but never really stopping.  I decided to go ahead and make the trip anyway, and I just wore my thong and hiking sandals because I knew I would be wet the whole time.  Much of the trip was on trails, but I also had to bushwhack across a stream in a wetland, over a ridge and across a beaver swamp on the other side for a total of about a mile, so I carried a compass in my hand so I could keep headed in the right direction.  I was cold when I first started but I got warmed up after a few minutes and was fine as long as I kept moving.  I remember on the way back when I came to the stream crossing the water level had risen and I had to wade through about 3 feet of water, but it was still passable.  I love the sound of rain in the woods as the water drips from leaf to leaf, and being very lightly dressed makes me feel more like a part of the natural world as I pass through.  I didn't see another person the whole day.  I made the whole trip as planned, but looking back I was foolish to not take anything with me in case of emergency.  As long as I was moving I was warm enough but if I had gotten hurt I would have gotten cold in a hurry with the cold rain and no clothing or food or way to make a fire.  I spent about 6 hours on the trip and when I got back to the lean-to where I was camping I spent the rest of the afternoon and the evening in my sleeping bag, reading a book and snacking.  It was a fun trip, and I still like to be out in the rain, now I either don't go as far or I take a backpack with me.
32189 #11

Re:Thonging in the rain

Date Posted:06/24/2018 02:19:22Copy HTML

Yes, I have gone to the beach in my thong in the rain.  It feels really nice.  It does not rain much where I live so there are few opportunities to actually do it.  But when I do get the opportunity it is great!
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