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I have the great good fortune to live in a country where a barefoot lifestyle is not just tolerated but encouraged. South African children go to school, to the mall, to movies, to restaurants, to friends, to the doctor and in fact everywhere barefoot and no one bats an eyelid. If a shop in South Africa ever put up a "No Shoes, No Service" sign it would go out of business. South Africans simply would not put up with that kind of nonsense. I started this blog to promote a greater acceptance of the sensible and healthy practice of going about barefoot in those parts of the "developed" world where things have become more important than people and where people seem to have forgotten what is good for them.




Sunday, July 3, 2011

More Barefoot in the Country


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6 comments:

  1. nice the twelfth picture of the newzealander boy on that farm

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  2. How long time does it take the boys to get tough soles?

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  3. within a week, you can tolerate stones and gravel.

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  4. And after 2 weeks stones and gravel are not even an issue. R19bare@yahoo.com

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  5. Do they get cracked heels? Do they use some treatment to prevent problems?

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  6. Completely not accurate. Or, uselessly very accurate. Foot wear as a protect is as common, meaning world wide, as working. Not all people work the same. No indurate is possible most times most places. Try the Sahara desert naked and foot loose. Wee shoe our horses to get more work out of them. AH-HA ! Try working without foot protecting wear in local car factory, for example.

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