The viking idea of a hot tub required that participants party naked. I'm only pointing that out - not advocating one way or the other.
Have never seen this! Looks like fun as long as there is not too much alcohol involved.
Count me in.
Despite LL's racy comment, I endorse this.
LL: LOL... only a person of impaired vision might think that a good idea for someone my age.TABOR: It does look interesting! I didn't see a drop of Scotch on there, so it must be safe.JENNY: You would be most welcome, I am quite sure.LSP: Padre, Just think you could bless & baptize at every port of call. YeeHaw!
I didn't say that clothing was optional. I'm only citing historic precedent.I think that the prettier the people are in the tub/tug, the less alcohol is required.
LL: Everyone in my hottug best be wearing a camelbak full of scotch, then...just say'n.
Brig - that sounds like an event that I'd be invited to.
Berserkers were indeed famous for fighting stark raving nekkid, so the same rule must apply for the hot tug. I see you spelled skål the Swedish way, which naturally is correct. Tala du svensk?
LOL, that would engender a few double takes in your local river... And Scotch works!!! :-)
CW - Since Brighid is indeed a berserker, I see a pattern forming...
LL, I like the pattern we are seeing.
LL: Invite extended...CW: LOL, cow country berserkers wear chinks when going into battle.. Nej, jag klippa och klistra väl dock.OLD NFO: Wouldn't it though! Scotch for sure.LL: What are you up to, trouble...?CW: ahhh, Trouble is in the wind.