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Gay Men Camping group

Boston gay men campingI love Meetup.com, it is a great way to help people connect in a city like Boston where it can be hard to meet people with similar interests.  Although I am most definitely not a camper, Meetup.com had suggested this Gay Men’s group and I thought I’d share for all of you who like to commune with nature.

The group has a camping trip scheduled for later this month in Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, MA on Friday, August 26th. If you cannot make that date, be sure to like the group (see the link below) to get updates on future trips.

Gay Men Camping GayMenCamping.com

The group is described as “New England Gay Men Camping is a social outdoor adventure group for gay men only.  For all active gay male singles, couples and friends who appreciate nature, love hiking, enjoy backpacking, have a passion for exploring and can do without wi-fi and a blow dryer for a weekend. In some cases, no electricity or water. Can you handle it?”

While I don’t need a blow dryer, the idea of no electricity makes me queasy but I’m betting there are a few of you who may like this and want to check it out.

Meanwhile at M Street Beach this week

gays in southie, Kiki BeachLoving this Instagram clip from M Street Beach this past weekend. I couldn’t seem to post the video successfully so you can link here to see it.

In case you missed it, each Saturday a lot of guys are spending their Saturdays near the midpoint of M Street Beach. Between the throngs of bros and the women they are vainly trying to impress is a sea of gays that is most easily found by following the disco music.

Sound like fun? Read more about Saturdays at M Street Beach, Boston.

Pokemon Go Party tonight at Peggy O’Neil’s

Peggy O'Neil's PubSo Hot Saturday heats up with a Pokemon Go Party is happening in Dorchester at Peggy O’Neil’s at 1312 Dorchester Ave in the Savin Hill gayborhood. For more information check out their Facebook event page here.

Man and his coffee

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Chocolate, men, coffee – some things are better rich. – Author Unkown

Gay Vermont: Rock River Preservation

Source: Frog Meadow B&B

Source: Frog Meadow B&B

With Provincetown, Ogunquit, Newport and the islands it is easy to forget about Vermont as a gay-friendly summer destination where you and someone special or a group of friends can get away and forget about life for a few days.

Gay travelers have been heading to Southern Vermont’s swimming holes at Rock River to enjoy the natural beauty and serenity that comes from spending time in the Green Mountain State.  While there are several gay friendly B&Bs in the area Frog Meadow Country B&B owned by Dave & Scott looks like it might be a fun place to base a trip if you are not into camping.

Sergio and I have put this destination on our list of places to check out since neither of us have visited before.  Have you visited Rock River or Frog Meadow B&B? Please share any tips in the comments section.

Manhunt’s “Boston Blizzard” pool party

Manhunt, Manhunt MansionWith temperatures this past Saturday in the mid 90s, the Boston’s gay softball team pool party at the Manhunt Mansion could not have been better timed. While the Manhunt pool parties have become popular summer fundraisers, this was easily the most crowded I’ve seen.

In spite of the crowd, the pool party may have been the best I can recall attending. The final Manhunt pool party (quite possibly forever since the mansion will possibly go on the market soon) will take place this Saturday with funds raised going to Boston’s gay rugby team, Boston Ironsides. For more details about the pool party visit the event page: Manhunt Pool Party.

Below are a few photos from all the fun this past Saturday. Manhunt, Manhunt MansionManhunt, Manhunt MansionManhunt, Manhunt MansionManhunt, Manhunt MansionManhunt, Manhunt MansionManhunt, Manhunt Mansion

BAGLY 36th anniversary party, Wednesday, July 27

BAGLYLater this week BAGLY – Boston Alliance for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Youth – will celebrate their 36th anniversary.

Join them from 6:00 – 9:00 PM on Wednesday, July 27th for complimentary food and cake. There will also be a short video sharing the history of this first of it’s kind gay youth support group and non-profit based here in Boston.

You can find out more about the anniversary celebration from their Facebook event page, BAGLY Anniversary Party!