Posted by: Jen | March 15, 2010

Mmm, salty!

Open water swim season started today, so of course I took advantage.

Water temp in Aquatic Park today: 55 degrees. FANTASTIC!

It was a good 25-minute swim with sighting drills and a couple of “roundabouts” (swimming to a landmark, then around it, then back to a fixed point). It was SOOOO COLD when I got out; it took an hour to feel my feet again. I’m going to try and go at least twice a month – they have group swims on Monday and Wednesday, as well as one Saturday each month.

However, I am LOVING my new car – thank goodness for heated seats and a strong heater. I was post-toasty in no time. Also, 450 miles on my first tank of gas is full of WIN. (I got it with 212 miles already driven.) I am going for 500 miles this time. 🙂

I smell like the bay, so it’s time for a shower. Have a great week, friends!

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  1. Great job on the swim J! Yay new car!!!!

  2. You are very brave swimming out in the bay (I’m guessing) like that. I’d be afraid of being eaten by a shark or worse.

    • This is a common misconception. 🙂 The only sharks in the San Francisco Bay are bottom-feeders. They don’t attack people, thankfully!

  3. hizzah for getting out in the water. i’m like early runner. i’d be terrified of a shark or something. hell i live on a pond (and no where close to the ocean) and i’m still terrified of a shark being in there haha

  4. A salty bay swim sounds just about awesome right about now. I’m so jealous. Oh, and I’m jealous of your car. It’s so freakin’ adorable!
    A lot of people were worried when I told them I trained in the gulf but most sharks are out farther. Jellyfish on the other hand? Eek.


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