Although the cost of TNS membership can be relatively high for some at $60 a year per Household the money goes toward keeping public lands open for nude use, publishing N magazine and educating the public on naturism. If the cost is still too steep there are ways to contribute to the cause without money…volunteering to help clean up a beach, talking to others about the pros of naturism, join a like minded group, etc:)
Christina works hard to educate people on the true nature of naturism, and as a young women her voice is essential in helping women feel more comfortable in their own skin. She is also an amazing artist who can take ordinary beach sand, ( I find nude beach sand works best ) blow it into glass, and produce these wonderful and beautiful one-of-kind pieces of art.
Although I never hiked from the reservoir to the springs, I have to agree with semipenguin that it would be much more comfortable naked…therefore more enjoyable…therefore more fun:)