Quick post before Kip and I hit the road for the drive to Jindabyne – should take us 7hrs or so and we hope to get there just before dark.
We are super excited and it will be great for Kip to see some more of Australia.
Our speedos are packed, our snowboards are packed…..
Since we are off to the snow, I thought I’d post some pics of guys at the beach. Hopefully the weather will be nicer by the time we get back. If you want more speedo photos – check out the ‘Speedo Photo of the Day’ – there are more than 700 speedo photos over there which I personally pick each morning. There are some PG rated pics but also some X-Rated speedo pics over there as well.
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Posted on: August 20th, 2014
Kip and I were trying to decide which speedos to take on our snowboarding trip and we both came to the consensus that we should just take them ALL. That way we can share with our hosts as well to make sure everyone has a ‘speedo option’ when it comes to the hottub.
Check out this speedo photo shoot in a beautiful mountain setting. I’m not a huge fan of all the tattoos but what a spot!!! Does anyone know where it is? If I get my DE Swimwear line off the ground organising photos shoots in locations like this would be amazing. Although my photo shoots with probably be a little more x-rated.
Posted on: August 19th, 2014
The weather here on the Northern NSW Coast is rather wintery and not quite speedo beach weather. It is a bit of a shame because I’m looking forward to doing naughty things with Kip on the beach.
Being the middle of an Australian winter, Kip brought his snowboarding gear with him and I’ve been looking forward to getting to the Snowy Mountains for some turns – last time I snowboarded down there was on a high school trip.
I have mentioned this on this blog over the last few weeks and late last week I got an email from a fan/reader, Adam, who has a house in Jindabyne and is heading down next week with some gay friends and has offered a spare room if Kip and I wanted to hang out with them. Over the weekend I spoke to Adam and we’ve lined it up. So on Thursday Kip and I are driving down to Jindy for a long weekend with Adam and then we might stay on through the next week.
Sounds like the makings of a great trip.
Adam sounds really nice, this is a trip that he and his long term boyfriend do every year and they always get a bunch of friends (all gay guys) together for the trip.
Ow, and some important things to keep in mind….. there is a hottub and Adam is a speedo fan.
Posted on: August 18th, 2014
Sunday afternoon here in Aussie and Kip and I have had a lazy day.
Kip was a little ‘dusty’ after all of yesterday’s activities so we’ve watched a couple of movies (they were both terrible). I was nice enough to suck him off twice during the day….. what are friends for and when I feel a little hungover I would like someone to suck me off too.
Some interesting developments on our ski trip which I’ll share with you guys tomorrow.
I wanted to post these sppeedo pics because after a big weekend I feel lazy and fat. I’ve been really good the last month or so and I’ll make sure I get back onto it next week. Kip actually commented that I was looking a bit fitter than when I left Colorado back in February.
These guys look fantastic – I love the cyclist wearing a classic black speedo.
Posted on: August 17th, 2014
Kip has been here for just a week now and holy cow has he been immersed in Aussie culture!!!
It is super late here and I’m writing this post as Kip is passed out after another huge day.
We were up early this morning for a surf with the boys, Kip is not a surfer and I think his poor arms were about to fall off by the time we were finished – he loved it though and he is getting to know all my mates here.
Then we had lunch at the local RSL club (returned services league – hard one to explain to non-Aussie’s). Then we played 9 holes – Kip is a much better golfer than I will ever be. From the golf club everyone came back to my place to keep drinking and we watched the Bledisloe Cup – a rugby game between Australia (Wallabies) and New Zealand (All Blacks) which turned out to be a draw.
After the rugby everyone was feeling warm and fuzzy (might have been the Bundy Rum – a local dark rum called Bundaburg – that we had been drinking since golf). So we all walked the 200 yards down the street to the local pub.
Everyone thinks Kips accent is thick although he is a Colorado native and I don’t think he has much of an accent at all. But he had fun and got talking to random people which he thought was hillarious considering when I’m in Colorado I’m the point of difference with my accent.
On leaving the pub we grabbed some kebabs, an ancient Aussie tradition and walked back along the beach to my place.
I think Sunday is going to be a lazy day.
It is so much fun looking after Kip, he has been a wonderful host to me when I’ve been in Colorado and it is wonderful to return the favour.
Posted on: August 16th, 2014