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Andrea
post Sep 14 2005, 07:56 PM
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You are a crazy man!! My brother and I were jumping icebergs a couple years ago (not a good idea), and I happened to miss the iceberg and ended up up to my waist in the freezing water. It sent a shocking surprise to my body. I thought I had hyperthermia after that! Would you jump into the Arctice Ocean again? Personally, I would like to actaully get my whole body into the water!! Whewww.... ohmy.gif
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post Oct 8 2005, 12:34 AM
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QUOTE(Andrea @ Sep 14 2005, 07:56 PM)
You are a crazy man!! My brother and I were jumping icebergs a couple years ago (not a good idea), and I happened to miss the iceberg and ended up up to my waist in the freezing water. It sent a shocking surprise to my body. I thought I had hyperthermia after that! Would you jump into the Arctice Ocean again? Personally, I would like to actaully get my whole body into the water!! Whewww.... ohmy.gif
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Jumping icebergs? I don't think we tried that. Instead, we spent time wading in rivers whose temperatures ranged from 0 degrees C to 4 degress C--the freezing point of water to just a few degrees above that. I will admit to swimming in glacier melt pools in the mountains when I was a teenager, though.
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