Toes in the wind...

Discussion in 'Bare It!' started by mystical_shroom, May 24, 2004.

  1. mystical_shroom

    mystical_shroom acerbic

    I just love holding my feet out of a car window while someone is driving...
    To feel the wind on my toes and to feel the beautiful breeze tickle my soles..
    I love hanging my feet out of a car window, its one of the most soothing things for my feet..
    To feel the rays of sunshine on the tops of my feet, ahh its the best...
    Anyone else love to do this as well??
  2. Sax_Machine

    Sax_Machine saxbend

    Sounds like fun, just make sure you do it on the pavement side!
  3. txbarefooter

    txbarefooter Senior Member

    it is fun. kinda like riding a bike barefoot.

    sax ... pavement side ??? don't understand that.
  4. mystical_shroom

    mystical_shroom acerbic

    riding a bike barefoot is fun...

    I think sax meant was to do it on the side where there is no lane for other cars...thats what i think sax meant, but not sure...
  5. i think sax meant dont do it while you're driving!! :p
  6. mystical_shroom

    mystical_shroom acerbic

    hehe that makes more sense..:D
  7. i was stumped at first too and some how it dawned on me. :p
  8. Sax_Machine

    Sax_Machine saxbend

    Actually, what I meant was, don't stick anything out of the window on the side where cars go past the other way, you could lose a limb if a car comes past too close to the car you're in. Same thing as why you NEVER stick your head out of the window on a train.
  9. tikoo

    tikoo Senior Member

    hearts in my feets 'n where's i gone
    walking on soft earth ,
    evolve in love

    peace jazz at the library
    today , no shoes and
    no troubles . a month ago
    deezfeets and all feets naked -
    banned . it's ok now , and
    feeling so free by this .
  10. DejaVoo

    DejaVoo stardust

    hehe yeah it feels nice! usualy when im waiting for my mom or somebody, and when i wait in the car, i listen to music and stick my feet out the window! or sometimes when im riding in the car, i stick my feet out but my mom or dad says to stop :( ah cant wait til i get my own car! ;)
  11. mystical_shroom

    mystical_shroom acerbic

    Tikoo such lovely words...

    Feeling the wind breeze through your toes...ahhhh i just love it so..
  12. tikoo

    tikoo Senior Member

    trees whisper , eh , i'm listening erogenous
    in the ears and thankful for quiet toes . is
    you up there in zee branches , and toes
    do whistle soft in a breeze jus zo .

    like , i hear a whistling rock of the creek
    in the springtime thaw . the water gets
    to a certain level , then it jives with a
    hole in the rock . whee whoo , whoo
    whee whheee who
  13. jerry420

    jerry420 Doctor of everything Lifetime Supporter

    bare feet are awesome,
    i love it in the summer but living in the northeast, that makes for a
    very cold winter.
  14. Epiphany

    Epiphany Copacetic

    Since I'm never the one driving, I normally have my barefeet up the dash with the window down, so I agree that the wind hitting your feet is great. Yet, nothing tops walking barefoot in wet grass.
  15. sweet i'm gunna try it sometime thankz 4 sareing it with us all !!!!!!!!1
  16. peacefuljeffrey

    peacefuljeffrey Senior Member

    I wish you could experience barefoot skydiving, like I have. If you get a chance, do it. Lots of skydivers skydive barefoot, I found out. I did my first jumps back in '91 and then a few in '96 as well, but started in earnest (to get my license) in August '03. I have done 75 skydives since 8/03 and ALL of them have been barefoot.

    You talk about wind through your toes! When you learn to sit-fly (freefall in a sitting position) you really feel it! It's like barefoot waterskiing (which I haven't done but can imagine) but it's really gentle.

    Then after you freefall, you fly your canopy for about 5 minutes, with your feet in the breeze, and then you land on a grassy field! It's amazing! Get in touch with me in Florida and I'll take you out to do it!


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