After last weeks horrible swim, I was feeling a little ancy as to how I would do today. Well it was a slow night at work, so I was well rested and my swim started off great and continued that way for the entire crossing. I guess you can say I was warming up on the first 500 meters, where I had to stop to calm my breathing. But on the way back across the lake, I swam non stop and had a really feel of the water. I did not have my Garmin, but I felt like my times were greatly improved over last weeks swim. I got to see my good friend Willie and Judy who are prepping for their upcoming triathlon races.
A great swim morning
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