After a really lousy Memorial Day (some places got snow, no kidding), the weekend of June 1st was hot, humid, and very sunny. Water level was up significantly due to the previous week's downpours, but not as high as I feared. Further good news - it was definitely warm enough to swim.
It was entertaining to be asked if it was safe to jump from the rope swing. I always patiently explain to people that early in the season jumping and diving is fine - it's just later, when the water has gone down fifteen feet, that there may not be as much clearance as one would like. If in doubt, ask a local. Right now, though, you can jump/dive safely from either the ledge with the rope swing, or the high rock with the lone spruce tree (provided, of course, that you aim for deep water and away from the ledge).
People turned out in surprising numbers, and there were a few newcomers mingled with the familiar faces. Lots of news traded hands too - personal, some of it, but some of interest to the broader naturist community - specifically that Lighthouse Beach on Long Island has been closed to nudists. This is blamed on Hurricane Sandy, but most people who used to go there think it has a lot more to do with a certain head ranger who is new and doesn't approve of nudity in general. Not sure what exactly will happen - but people from that part of the world are understandably upset by the turn of events.
I'll definitely be by again this coming weekend. While it may be rainy Saturday morning, there's a good chance at the time of this writing that Saturday afternoon will be decent. And Sunday looks great. In the immortal words of Jack Lord: Be there. Aloha!