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During the Summer of 2002, our trip to Pirates' Cove near San Luis Obispo was a big hit. Everyone made new friends and played the wettest game of volleyball ever, thanks to the high tide. Pirates' Cove 
Desert Shadows  In March 2001 we made our encore trip to Desert Shadows, following an earlier visit in January. As always, we enjoyed great Palm Springs weather, volleyball, and friends.
During the Summer of 2000, we made more trips than ever to San Onofre State Beach. We played volleyball with the regulars there and made lots of new friends. San Onofre 
Glen Eden  During the 1999 WSA Fall Festival at Glen Eden Naked Volleyball won the Men's B competition and the Coed B competition. The Men's A team took second place.
The 1999 WSA Convention was at Laguna del Sol on August 1 and 2, and Naked Volleyball took Men's "A" and Men's "B" first place on Sunday. This was a milestone, as it marked NV's first ever Men's "A" convention trophy. Coed and Women's teams were also competitive. Laguna del Sol 
Shangri La II  We completed the 1998 season at the WSA Fall Festival at Shangri La II near Phoenix. Naked Volleyball won the Men's "A" competition and placed second in the Women's competition and the Co-ed competition.
August 1, 1998 we converged at De Anza Springs on the California/Mexican border for the annual WSA Convention. Naked Volleyball captured the Men's "B" competition and placed second in the Men's "A" competition. De Anza Springs 
Lupin Naturist Resort  June 13-14, 1998 took Naked Volleyball to Santa Cruz, CA for the WSA Summer Festival, where we won the Co-ed "B" tournament. The grounds of Lupin Naturist Resort, in the low coastal forest, are among the most scenic of any resort.
We made the long trip to Laguna del Sol near Sacramento California for Memorial Day Weekend, 1998. We conducted a Naked Light tournament, where 8 coed teams of 4-persons each played on 3 courts. We returned on Labor Day Weekend, when 11 teams competed! Laguna del Sol 
Olive Dell  May 5, 1998 we visited the small nudist ranch called Olive Dell near San Bernadino. We had a beautiful weekend while the rest of Southern California was stormy with El Nino.
April 26, 1998 marked our 1st anniversary celebration. Glen Eden hosted the event, providing a live band, reduced gate fees, and even the chocolate cake shown here. Glen Eden Cake 
; This is the famous Goat Canyon Trestle, accessed by a scenic 7 mile hike down 70 year old railroad tracks; Just another reason to visit De Anza Springs in March of 1998.
Also in March of 1998 we conducted a Naked Light tournament on the newly constructed grass courts at De Anza Springs Resort.  It was a little chilly, especially for those not playing volleyball.  De Anza Springs 
Shangri La II  In February, 1998, we journeyed to Shangri La II for a doubles tournament on their new sand courts.  We attended their Valentine's Dance, and one of our members made this Valentines Ball to celebrate the occasion. 
In January, 1998, we headed out to Desert Shadows at Palm Springs, CA to escape the wrath of El Nino.  There we found luxurious accomodations and beautiful weather.  We brought over 30 members to participate in the first Naked Light tournament.  Desert Shadows Inn 
De Anza Springs  In November, 1997, we made our first visit to a brand new resort near Jacumba, CA called De Anza Springs.  There we found warm weather and clear skies for hiking and volleyball.   They had not yet built their courts, so they let us play on the grass outside their spacious clubhouse. 
On our way to the 1997 WSA Fall Festival we stopped for a soak in the silky waters of El Dorado Hot Spring, just west of Phoenix, AZ.  After a delicious lunch, we continued our journey to Shangri La II, where our Men's "B" team won 1st place.  El Dorado Hot Spring 
San Onofre  During the summer of 1997, we spent many warm weekends at San Onofre State Beach, where we enjoyed the warm waters of El Nino.  Little did we know how much trouble El Nino would cause during the coming Winter. 
Also during the Summer of 1997, we spent a lot of Sundays at McConville.  At 2600 feet elevation, McConville is often comfortable when other resorts are too hot to play volleyball, and the sun is shining when the beach is fogged in.  McConville 
Glen Eden  At the 1997 WSA Summer Festival hosted by Glen Eden, Naked Volleyball's coed "B" team won 1st place.  It was our first group campout at a nudist club, and we even had a camp dinner. 
On Memorial Day Weekend, 1997, we camped out on property owned by friends of Naked Volleyball, which we dubbed Bare Mountain.  We did lots of hiking in the surrounding hills, and we played volleyball on their well-mowed field.  Here we are preparing the wood-fired hot tub to soak our weary muscles.  Bare Mountain 
McConville  We fielded several teams at the 1996 Fall Festival hosted by McConville.  This was the first time we really felt like a club, not just a group.  Our men's "A" team won 1st place. 
The first Naked Volleyball team, shown here, competed at the 1996 AANR Convention, hosted by Laguna del Sol.  That was before the WSA Board had approved our charter.  There was controversy about the name of our club. Some WSA officials did not feel "Naked" was an appropriate word for nudists to use.  Laguna del Sol