Water Nymphs at Conundrum Hot Springs - Aspen Real Life

Water Nymphs at Conundrum Hot Springs

Nymphs in the forest, hot springs pools, makes for a dreamy weekend spent in nature, that is unless you are there with your girlfriend.

Hiking to Conundrum Hot Springs

8.5 miles and six hours later, after hiking through spectacular meadows of wildflowers with forty-pound backpacks on our backs, we could not wait to plunge into the natural Conundrum hot springs pool and soothe our aching joints, but upon arrival, our excitement waned as we came upon what seemed like happy hour had made it to the hot springs. The pool was overflowing with happy, naked, nature-loving people.

Baddy was ready to strip down and cannonball it into the center and be the life of the party, when I muttered under my breath that I wasn’t into public displays of nakedness due to my large melon breasts, and was too embarrassed to be the only one NOT naked.

Being the happy go lucky guy that he is he found a smaller pool down below and we slid into the hot water, our bodies quickly melting into the soothing natural spa.

I was elated to have the pool to ourselves until two forest nymphs appeared out of nowhere and undressed directly in front of Baddy.

I didn’t need my glasses to know that the one who was moaning while parading around the pool with her breasts pertly protruding above the water, had an amazing figure. I mean, who does that? 

Wade was too afraid to look at her lest his jealous girlfriend react vehemently. When he mentioned to me that he had left his camera by his backpack the forest nymph volunteered to get out of the water like Bo Derek in the movie Ten and fetch it for him. Since Wade never ever used his camera, it triggered my flight response, I had no idea what was going on but I was certainly not going to condone the display for one more second. Forcing back his innate instincts to jump all over this magical opportunity and leave me to my woes, Wade reluctantly followed me out of the pool.

As I stormed away I overheard the nymph tell her friend how cute she thought Wade was. Of all the nerve! If we got in a battle my melons would crush her pert little peaches!

Baddy kept silent as I fed his deepest fantasies, creating a scenario of what would have happened had I not been on this camping trip with him.

Later when I had cooled down he joked that his muscles needed another good soak and not to wait up.

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