Gaia! A new addition to Nuance Naturist B&B


Very regrettably, a long time member of the household, Marsh….moved on to cat heaven late last year. Marsh was the best cat ever….friendly, loved people, great personality, followed me around when I went for a walk on the property, played cards…(not really), etc. Marsh was an all around great companion animal for over 17 years. I missed him a great deal and had not decided what to do about that.

Recently, a young lady named Grace contacted me and let me know she had bottle fed several kittens almost from birth for 6 weeks (whose mother had been killed)…and did I want one?
Guess that was the Universe telling me it was time to move on and get a new cat. Gaia is the result. Gaia is a genuine sweetheart, loves people and weighs less than a pound. If you visit Nuance you will now be greeted by a much smaller but still very friendly member of the household. Just try not to step on her. 🙂


Bill Schroer

Naturist Biographical Sketch Bill Schroer Bill Schroer’s background includes 15 years of strategy/marketing/research with corporations including the Kellogg Company. He started the WJSchroer Co. in 1987, providing research and consulting for nonprofit and public sector organizations. The WJSchroer Co. is headquartered at Two West Michigan, a building in Battle Creek owned and managed (since 1993) by Bill. Bill is no stranger to clothes-free activities. He is a long time naturist and advocate for nudism/naturism, naturist resorts, acceptance of naturism on public lands and support for the right to be nude in one’s home and on private property. He is the former Executive Director for the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR). He served for 5 years as a member of the Naturist Action Committee (the last three years as its Treasurer). He is also a co-creator of the “Coming Out” series of written articles for AANR. Bill writes a weekly column for the Battle Creek Enquirer where he often addresses the issue of naturism, body acceptance and naturist rights. He has also written articles on naturism travel for “N” magazine. He has initiated and continues “Clothing Optional Dinners” in his home on an almost weekly basis where non-naturists mingle with naturists for the purpose of better understanding of naturism while providing a comfortable environment for those interested in experiencing naturism on a small but meaningful scale. Bill has a B.A. from the University of Wyoming and MBA from Western Michigan University. Bill served in the military as a Special Forces team leader, as an instructor at West Point and retired with the rank of Major from the Reserve Forces. Bill has received numerous marketing and research awards over the past 25 years. He was named Marketer of the Year in 1999 by the West Michigan Chapter of the American Marketing Association

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