tikay wrote:Are you born in Georgia...Golfygirl?
I sure do miss the south sometimes. I have only been home to visit Tennessee a couple of times since I left there at seventeen. I miss the mountains of the Smokies I think mostly, swimming in those ice cold waters was crazy, and so much fun!
glad you are here.
Australia sounds like hawaii...the water is as clear as a mountain stream...beautiful! Is it clean & clear there too Shazzam?
Shazzam wrote:If you live in my country and don't swim you are in big trouble! It is the only way to cool down in the summer, plus we are an island continent so we are surrounded by it.
Most children in my country (I would like to say all) learn to swim before they can walk. It is a skill for life.
I personally love to swim, especially in the ocean, there is something about the salt water that makes you feel alive.
We are blessed because the waterways in Australia are very beautiful and the water temperature is always moderate.
Elba wrote:Swimming, are you talking about it. I love go swimming. In fact I swimm one hour every morning, from 08:00 to 9:00 am.
Recently autoryties of the city want to became the swimming pool where I used to go in a school of professional sporters. For that in the last twoo weeks all the instructors are aplying hard trainnings. I swimm three styles: Crawl, backstroke, breastrock, and only 25 metters of Butterfly. It is hard. and I began to practice jumps. I love jumps.
tikay wrote:Hi Elba!
Wow I wish I could get into the pool every morning. One day I tried our pool in December...because I thought what the heck I grew up in the cold rivers of the Smokey Mountains...(before Dollywood) but it was like jumping into ice cubes water and I only did a few dives, swimming across the pool the kids in my building were there with me and I want to inspire so I pretend it is not that terrible...(it wasn't I guess) and I was officially out in about six minutes. Freezing! But I like to try new things and I was inspired by those folks that swim even when it is deep of winter cold...they are really something! Polar ice cold.
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