Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The End

Winter-Bondage started as an experiment way back in November 2009, I had been heavily inspired by another bondage blog, Strait Acting, to start blogging about what I loved.  Ideally I strived to make a site that could act as a one-stop-shop for everything winter gear and bondage related.  The idea had never occurred to me that one day I would have almost 400 posts worth of content, 74 followers, and be seeing hundreds of unique visitors a day.

The feedback I received over the years from all of my readers has been tremendous and thank you to everyone who emailed me with messages of encouragement when Google made the announcement regarding the future of Blogger's content policy.

So what's next? Should I migrate to Wordpress, Tumblr, or host myself and carve out my own corner of the web? No, I don't think so.  As sad as it is, I think a break from blogging is in order.


Best regards,
David (parkabondageboy)

Monday, February 23, 2015

Friday, February 20, 2015

Spread Eagle & Ruined Orgasms

I recently had an opportunity to tie up Locked22 who was in Toronto visiting from the United States for a little while.  Like most of the boys I've been playing with lately he's more a bondage lover than into the gear, so I started him off slowly with a chair tie getting him nice and horny before gearing him up in the Marmot 8000M, a strait jacket, and roping him down to the bed.  If the position looks familiar its because I had locked Bonniedio in a similar position back in October.  Trying not to just do a total repeat of something I've done before I mummified his head to keep him sensory deprived for the duration of the scene.

Unfortunately for him while teasing I accidentally pushed him to far which resulted in a ruined orgasm.  I was able to get him off again a short time later but the resulting orgasm was a bit less dramatic than I anticipated for a boy who's gone almost a week without ejaculation.  Thankfully he sounded quite happy with the way everything turned out.










Monday, February 16, 2015

Wish List: Fjällräven Down Jacket No. 16

Besides having a ridiculous name the Fjällräven Down Jacket No. 16 caught my eye because it's very successfully pulled off being a classy looking reversible jacket.  Most of the time when I think of a reversible jacket I think of a cheap raincoat not a luxury down jacket.  The exterior parka layer is a water resistant G-1000 Eco fabric that's all business with a flashy blue liner mostly hidden from view, large cargo pockets with zipper access on the side so you can still use as hand warmers, and 280 grams of 700-fill down (95% goose down / 5% feather).


But turn the jacket inside out and your wearing a flashy, polyamide fabric (polyester/cotton blend) , powder blue, puffy down jacket, with matte beige accents that looks ready for partying rather than business.  I described this jacket to Peter as having the best of both worlds, one layer is for wearing around town and the other is perfect for playing in the bedroom, and no ones the wiser! Though I don't think the folks at Fjällräven would agree with that.

The only crappy part is the price tag, since Fjällräven is a European brand all their products in North America are imported and that's reflected in the $750 price tag, though I have seen it on sale for as low as $500.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Strait jacket and a chair redux

After tying Bonniedio up to the headboard of my bed and teasing him for hours I decided to switch up the gear a bit and swapped the Canada Goose Ontario for a Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero SL before buckling him into a strait jacket and tying him down to a chair much like a position I did with Bonniedio back in May 2013 in the Marmot Plasma.





Friday, February 6, 2015

Headboard Bondage

I've been seeing a lot more of Bonniedio lately, he even got the chance to meet Peter the last time he was over.    I had the idea to try doing a corrupted spread eagle tie with him geared up in the Canada Goose Ontario back-to-front and tease him mercilessly before pulled the hood up over the face and starting some breath control.  I sometimes feel like I should play with the Ontario parka more often, it photographs beautifully and Canada Goose makes some amazing gear.  But since it's my primary walkabout parka in the winter I don't want to get it drenched with the smell of sweat and coated with a Jackson Pollock painting worth of cum when I wear this coat to work on a near daily basis.











Monday, February 2, 2015

Too Bad So Sad

Back in 2011 I purchased a pair of snow pants which just recently met their untimely demise, the zipper broke.  I suppose four years of service isn't that bad for a pair of snow pants I got from Canadian Tire, but they were surprisingly comfortable, fit great, and served me well up until the point where zipper suddenly crumbled into pieces.


The worst part about this is that Canadian Tire still sells the same pair of snow pants in 2015, but they're asking for too much goddamn money.