Well it's Summer again...
This year I've taken the opportunity to do something different than just swimming, skating, cycling to help me "survive"...
Where does the melted snow ultimately goes?
To the sea.
So will I.
To do what?
To swim & snorkel?
This I already do.
But this spring, right at the time the lifts were shutting down I started a skin diving (free diving, apnea in Italian, in short, to learn to dive without an air supply attached to your back. This last is something I can't do, it's a no-no for me) course...
I've always played in the water with fins, mask and snorkel, I've always liked to plunge and swim a bit underwater.
Now I'm taking the opportunity to get to better know my limits, how far I can go and when to stop/change.
Why? I'm hoping that to learn how to breathe more efficietly and how to more efficietly make use of my reserves, use my muscles, and what limits of those "reserves" I have will help me in the winter as well.
After all, some said : "When you scuba dive, you look around you. Wen you skin dive, you look inside you".
Once the water will transform itself again in snow...I'll be up in the mountain. Basically following the water "cycle". eh!