No Shower For One Year

man has managed to say squeaky clean – despite not showering for an ENTIRE YEAR. Rob Greenfield, 27, spent the last year bathing only in natural water resource such as rivers, lakes, waterfalls and in the rain. When natural water was not available to Rob he would go in search of fire hydrants and leaking taps. The idea for the project came to the environmental activist while he was cycling across America to promote sustainability and eco-friendly living.

 man has managed to say squeaky clean - despite not showering for an ENTIRE YEAR. Rob Greenfield, 27, spent the last year bathing only in natural water resource such as rivers, lakes, waterfalls and in the rain. When natural water was not available to Rob he would go in search of fire hydrants and leaking taps. The idea for the project came to the environmental activist while he was cycling across America to promote sustainability and eco-friendly living.

 man has managed to say squeaky clean - despite not showering for an ENTIRE YEAR. Rob Greenfield, 27, spent the last year bathing only in natural water resource such as rivers, lakes, waterfalls and in the rain. When natural water was not available to Rob he would go in search of fire hydrants and leaking taps. The idea for the project came to the environmental activist while he was cycling across America to promote sustainability and eco-friendly living.

 man has managed to say squeaky clean - despite not showering for an ENTIRE YEAR. Rob Greenfield, 27, spent the last year bathing only in natural water resource such as rivers, lakes, waterfalls and in the rain. When natural water was not available to Rob he would go in search of fire hydrants and leaking taps. The idea for the project came to the environmental activist while he was cycling across America to promote sustainability and eco-friendly living.

 man has managed to say squeaky clean - despite not showering for an ENTIRE YEAR. Rob Greenfield, 27, spent the last year bathing only in natural water resource such as rivers, lakes, waterfalls and in the rain. When natural water was not available to Rob he would go in search of fire hydrants and leaking taps. The idea for the project came to the environmental activist while he was cycling across America to promote sustainability and eco-friendly living.