And breathing too, even with a snorkel.
Mon. I start swimming outside for the summer in a 50 M pool.
Must remember to wear dark goggles for backstroke with the am sun in my eyes.
Here's a suggestion!! Ask the lifeguard to turn on the hose, and but it in your lane!
That's what we did when in was too warm in the YMCA pool.
Well, here I go again! The noodlers at our pool complained (loudly!) when our indoor pool temperature was turned down from 84 to 82 for the summer months. So, they petitioned and won a compromise of getting it turned up to 83.
~ Believing in your dreams can be far more rewarding than living by your limitations ~Karla Peterson
The school district likes to play games. To "show" us, they turned the heat completely off and the water temp has been holding steady at 74 degrees. It's a bit chilly, but I love it! I do feel bad for the one guy who never said a word about the heat...he wore a wetsuit to practice today. He was purple on Monday. Tomorrow is the last day at the school until September. I think I deal with the green water at the gym. They keep it at 82, and I don't have to worry about the rain.
I hear ya! The new Masters group I joined 2 weeks ago keeps the temps fro 77-79 depending on the time of day it's been such a joy. Back to swimming hard and not feeling ill afterwards woot woot! Tip of the hat to my hardcore friends who are enduring late afternoon water temps over 90 degrees at our city LC pool.
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