Another diversion. I noticed that several people arrived at this site having searched for ‘suntanned boys’ or something similar. OK, if that’s what you’re interested in, we had an earlier post on April 26th To UV or not to UV …
It should be clear from previous entries that we rather share the sun-worship thing, feeling strongly that the benefits of Vitamin D outweigh the cancer/burning risks. However, we are careful not to go too far, and especially I do try to keep young Leo in check a bit, since younger skin is obviously more sensitive to damage.
So do you like them ‘medium rare’ or ‘well done’? John Wayne famously said “Take it away and burn it” – but he was referring to steak I think – I forget which film. Here’s a couple of ‘very well done’s’ and I just hope that, in their old age, they haven’t overdone the bronzed look now:
The second one is from Sol’s site ‘Enlightenment of Man’ – I promise not to steal many more of his. The first guy is going to have awfully white upper legs if he always wears those boardies on the beach! Dave and I are torn between wanting to look like this and worrying slightly about the consequences. Not that there’s been much chance of overdoing the sun here in Wales UK – but we’re off to Long Island USA tomorrow where the temperature and the sun should keep us a lot happier between our shows next week - except in South Hampton, where they shoot any shirtless guys in the town on sight!
This final picture for today seems to be titled ‘Tan just right’ in my files – not sure who decided that, but we are bound to agree. I think this is on an Aussie beach, but can’t be sure:
I was about to say ‘wish we were on one too’ but, come to think of it, it’s winter in Australia right now, so maybe not – although I suspect that winter in Australia is warmer and drier than summer in Wales. Anyway, weather which has kept us largely indoors has at least allowed some more progress on the remaining words I have to write for the final part of our epic! But, from tomorrow for a while, our Welsh ‘Cefn Derwen’ retreat will be in the capable care of our local farmboy friend Neil, and we’re back on the road.