There’s an ad in the current Bulletin of the American Association for Nude Recreation which speaks to rather a lot of us:
Tired of NE Winters And Florida Summers?
Settle in half way in NC’s new clothing-optional community.
Not that the Carolinas have had a benign winter or anything. I followed the proffered URL and found this:
Harbour Estates is a clothing optional community located approximately 30 minutes from North Myrtle Beach just over the border from South Carolina and about 1 hour east of I-95. It is at the same location that the former Coventry NC was. There are 15 lots on 30 acres with a pool and pool house as the common area. Property tax on 1 acre in 2012 was $56.10/year. Developer plans to put homes on empty lots and sell as “turnkey” in the future. Buyers agree to join a Homeowners Association that will maintain the road and all other common areas.
The smallest lot remaining is 0.69 acre, the largest 2.51 acres. At least no one is likely to be hemmed in except maybe by the HOA. And of course the property tax will go up once you slap a house on the land.
The folks running this operation, judging by the phone number and some stray HTML indications, are in Vermont, so I trust they know New England winters like the back of their possibly ungloved hands.