The annual runup to Memorial Day, the holiday that honors the service and sacrifice of America’s armed forces, is traditionally accompanied by a wave of special offers for troops and veterans.
Most are quite mainstream — freebies or discounts on restaurant meals, venue fees, store merchandise and the like.
But an outfit in Scranton, Kan., just south of Topeka, seeks to honor troops and veterans in a rather unusual way — it’s a nudist colony that is waiving all admission fees over the three-day holiday weekend to any guest who shows a military ID card or proof of military service.
As the old saying goes, most people who would go to a nudist colony, shouldn’t.
And I say that as someone who has.