So What Did I Learn from This week’s Dip in the Sea?

Well the first thing I l acquired from today is that I have a very high tolerance for pain.

The air was almost below chilly today, plus with the wind chill it was absolutely below chilly. Maybe I l acquired that the body has limits plus if you have a high tolerance you can push those limits to the edge of where death can occur. I had the same issue with holding our breath underwater. I could stay under water with one breath for about 4.5 seconds, but if I went much longer I surely would have passed out plus died. I’ve l acquired that I need to warm up in front of a warm gas furnace or space oil furnace within a few seconds from exiting the sea. I can’t stay in the sea more than 10 seconds at a time, regardless of our tolerance for enduring longer amounts of time. I need to get our body heated up quickly plus should find a place with a fireplace or nice central heating plus kneel inside there right after our frigid dip. The weather now in December is very frigid plus it is close to the point where you can disfigure your body or die if exposed to it for too long of a phase of time. I will absolutely be inside somewhere, in front of a radiant oil furnace within a few seconds of leaving the sea. Next month may be even colder so I will need to be extra careful when going in the sea. The water will be cooling down even more next month plus not heating up again till mid March, so care needs to be taken.


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