Beetleycabana

Yes, you read that right. Beetley has been inspired by the spirit of Rio’s Copacabana beach, well at least one tiny part of this small village has.

It’s a nice day today. Blue skies, and sunny. But it’s not that warm, as a chilly easterly wind is keeping down the temperatures. Walking around with Ollie was pleasant enough, but I still needed a light jacket, and rubber boots for the mud.

Halfway down the main path at the centre of Hoe Rough nature reserve, I suddenly noticed someone coming toward me in the distance. It looked to be a young woman, but with the interesting addition of being naked.

At that point, I should have of course done the decent thing, and taken one of the smaller paths to the right, thus avoiding encountering her.

But you can guess that I did no such thing, I’m sure.

As she got closer, I could see that she was actually wearing a (very) pale pink bikini. If you could actually call it that, as it consisted of three small triangles of pink cloth, barely covering her ample assets, which were wobbling like the proverbial jelly-on-a-plate. She was talking on a phone, and using small headphones. Making no effort to avoid me, she continued in the same direction, until I could make out that she was at least wearing something sensible, a pair of stout tennis shoes on her feet.

I moved off the path to allow the requisite Covid-19 social distance of six feet, and even Ollie did a double take as she walked past. The rear section of her swimwear consisted of little more than a pink bootlace, most of which was lodged deeply in the cleft between her buttocks.

I couldn’t help but wonder where she had come from, and where she was going. She had no handbag of any kind, and was not carrying car keys. I can only presume that she must either live nearby, or be staying with someone in Hoe or Beetley. Whatever the answer, she certainly livened up a dog-walk.

And it made a change from spotting Muntjac Deer.

61 thoughts on “Beetleycabana

  1. I hope you noted the time of day, it may well be part of her daily exercise routine…to be repeated πŸ™‚
    On a boat on holiday once we came across a beach that was been used as a set for an adult movie, we asked the skipper to get closer πŸ™‚

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    1. I wondered about a film or TV ad. But she was a ‘normal’ young woman. Not particularly attractive, or made up like a model or film actress. I know what time it was, as that is now imprinted in my mind. πŸ™‚
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. I’d have said you were hallucinating but if Ollie noticed her, too, then I guess she was real. I’m a firm believer in not casting clouts until May is out and feel cold just thinking about her dress – or lack of it.

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    1. She definitely was not a hallucination, Mary, I assure you. I thought she must have been very cold, but younger people are usually hardier than me. πŸ™‚
      I thought it mst be a film, or an advert being made, but there was no crew or cameraman anywhere.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Maybe I imagined her, Elizabeth? Or perhaps she was a vision from one of my stories? If Ollie hadn’t have seen her too, I might have thought that. Could be she was Burger Babs, come to life! πŸ™‚
      Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Years ago, Astrud Gilberto, the Brazilian lady who turned “The Girl from Ipanema” into a hit, performed that and other songs in a free outdoor concert at Crown Center in Kansas City, Missouri. There was a small but appreciative audience, and I was right there in it.

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    1. It was as if she was on holiday in some exotic location, walking from the beach back to the hotel. Very strange. I looked around for a film crew, convinced it must be an advert or something. πŸ™‚
      Best wishes, Pete. x

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  3. I do sometimes wonder why people nowadays seem to dress as if they were in the gym all the time, but I hadn’t seen anybody dressed as if they were at the beach, although… Perhaps that will be “the new normal”, Pete. Thanks for sharing!

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