. Skinny-dipped while family was clothed. When I was about 13 years old I went out on our pontoon boat with my mother, aunt, and sister. My mother and aunt were fishing and my sister and I decided to swim. For some reason I was wearing shorts, not a bathing suit. My mother approved of me swimming in my jockey shorts. Well, jockey’s are not made for swimming. So I took them off. My sister was enjoying having me swim nude while she was clothed. When done swimming, and after telling my mother I did not have anything on, I had to get out of the water and onto the deck of the pontoon. My mom was fine with that. So I got out and wrapped a towel around me.
. Drove across Alligator Alley in the nude. It was about ten at night, very dark out there. I disrobed in a secluded area of a rest stop, got into my car and enjoyed a naked drive until reaching the other side.
. Drove home from Haulover Beach, about a 40 minute drive. It was the Fourth of July and a sudden rain storm formed. Everybody was soaked by the time they got back to their cars, including me. So I stripped and drove home with a towel handy if needed.
. Walked nude behind the beach area to the nude section of Crandon Park Beach. Once I rounded the bend going to the nude section (north of textile section) and out of sight of the parking area, I disrobed and walked until getting to the nude beach.
. Took a bag of garbage to the street. It was dark out and the nearest street light was burned out. Carried the bag in front of me on the way out. So the most anybody could have seen was a bare butt in the dark.
. Turned off lawn sprinkler. Woke up in the middle of the night and remembered the lawn sprinkler was still running in the back yard. No lights back there, so went out and turned it off.
Except for the first event, none of the above was exhibitionist in nature. I had no intention of being seen. Just wanted to do something nude I normally did not get the chance to do nude. The skinny–dipping was not a big thing either. A lot of us kids did it at the lake during the summer, but usually not around the adults.