Out of the Woods 
Oregon was as beautiful as ever and the B&B we stayed at was better than I could have hoped for. (Check out the Twisted Cedar website for details.) Our first day was spent roaming the property and relaxing. As I mentioned, my camera died so day two started with a trip to buy a new one. Emily, Ruby and I each had two suitcases full of latex and stockings, high heels and sex toys. If that's not a recipe for a good time, I don't know what is!

We shot for three days straight, well into the evenings. Yasmin invited her friend Sarah out to the house and I managed to get her to shoot a couple sets as well. Fierce Couture and Exquisite Restraint supplied me with some of the wardrobe, and we easily had enough stuff to keep shooting for another week. We spent a lot of our time in the lush green outdoors, even when it was raining. I couldn't help but shoot as many of the sets out there as possible.

I'm still recovering from the trip, and Ruby and Emily still owe me my birthday surprise (don't think I'm not gonna hold them to it, either), but I've managed to pull one photo from each set that we shot to give you an idea of what we accomplished. I'm pretty fucking pleased, to be perfectly honest. I only wish we'd have had more time...

In addition to the latex, corsets, high heels and stockings, I had a spectacular custom medical VacBed, Yasmin brought along a bunch of great encasement sets and body tubes, and one of Emily's fans sent her a couple of metallic spandex outfits. We had such a great time digging through all of the wardrobe and picking out outfits, then choosing just the right scenario for each.

On the last night, we stayed up late and messed around. I had brought my favorite rubber toe socks and took great joy in introducing Emily to them. I am very well acquainted with Emily's various foot fetishes, and the toe socks went well with a few of them. She loves toe socks in general (has an itty bitty obsession with them) and latex, and enjoys certain types of foot torture. I couldn't have been happier than when we were both wearing the socks and had our toes intertwined spreading them apart as far as possible.

At one point, I had Yasmin bring out one of her body tubes and I threw Ruby into it then gagged and bound her with some bright red vet wrap. She and Emily were amazed at my speed. LOL I think I passed some sort of initiation that night and I can't wait for the next slumber party. =) Photos were snapped but I haven't looked through them yet. I'll have to see if any of them are suitable for public consumption. ;)

Glad to be back, but boy was it fun!!

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Where do I sign up? I want to see if I can pass initiation too. XOXO Gwen

Igor Kuznetsov 
August 25, 2007
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