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quarries are extremely dangerous places to swim. steep drop-offs, deep water, sharp rocks, flooded equipment, submerged wire, and industrial waste make swimming risky. another risk factor is the very cold water. this groundwater inflow can keep the quarry water very cold even in late summer.
the temperature on the day i visited was a pleasant 20°c (68°f) at the bottom, and a much chillier -20°c (-4°f) at the summit, so cold weather clothing is a must and can thankfully be hired. pro tip: it’s best to visit in the summer months.
they are often much colder than rivers, lakes and swimming pools as they can be fed by water sources that originate deep underground. a sudden plunge into cold water starts a gasp response, which can cause drowning within seconds. the water can
and we certainly don't believe that quartz is water that froze so cold it can't melt. i am uncomfortable that the term can be used so broadly, almost glibly, just as pseudo-octahedron or whatever crystal pseudo form is the latest pop word also gets tossed about so easily. i almost feel like a lot of pseudo-science gets bandied about carelessly.
masseria susafa, an ancient italian farmhouse, has been transformed into a rest and relaxation resort for travelers looking for a rural escape. photography property of svadore. in sicily, smack in the middle of the heart of the countryside, stands masseria susafa, a farmhouse built around 1870. now the estate is a fourteen-bedroom property.
pictures from italy - it was most delicious weather, when we came into modena, where the darkness of the sombre colonnades over the footways skirting the main street on either side, was made refreshing and agreeable by the bright sky, so wonderfully blue. i passed from all the glory of the day, into a dim cathedral, where high mass was performing, feeble tapers were burning, people were kneeling in all
a quarry was next, namely one that in the past served as a prison, among other things. the tunnels in the rock were giant and seem to be of natural origins. apparently, prisoners kept themselves entertained and indeed alive by reciting greek poetry in these echoey cells. so, naturally, one of our professors recited some when we got inside.
i think that there has been only one occasion when the water was so cold that all i could manage was 100 metres. mostly, i swam much more than that and i believe i could, next year, confidently complete the official devon & cornwall polar bear challenge and gain the ‘gold award’ (to swim 250 metres twice a month from 1 november 2018 to 31 march 2019 and a minimum total of 5000 metres
it is a monstrous operation. they have found a way to--instead of heating the water--to use relatively cold water. the stuff is now competing with oil at about eleven dollars a barrel. it originally cost something like thirty dollars a barrel. it wasn't economic. but then oil went up, and their prices came down as they learned how to run these plants.
we had put on all our layers tuesday night because it was so cold. we managed to sleep well and kept fairly warm. until we walked outside. everything was covered in frost. it was 25 degrees f in our tent and about 14 degrees f outside. brrrrr…..simon’s boots had a
i think that there has been only one occasion when the water was so cold that all i could manage was 100 metres. mostly, i swam much more than that and i believe i could, next year, confidently complete the official devon & cornwall polar bear challenge and gain the ‘gold award’ (to swim 250 metres twice a month from 1 november 2018 to 31 march 2019 and a minimum total of 5000 metres during the
d. h. lawrence observed that “water is h2o, hydrogen two parts, oxygen one, but there is also a third thing that makes water, and nobody knows what that is.” helen keller referred to water’s “mystery of language” revealed to her in an epiphany when she suddenly realized that w-a-t-e-r meant “the wonderful cool something that was flowing over my hand.
it was so cold on that particular session that one of the fish, a golden coloured common had to actually be placed on a white snow-covered mat after a run just after dark. this session was a few years ago now, but it still acts as a reminder to me to always look for any conspicuous signs of fish movement (no matter how seemingly microscopic
your body needs more water in the winter to accommodate all that increased metabolism. however, it’s harder to drink cold water in the winter. that’s because, in its effort to stay warm, your body physiology dampens your thirst response. however, you need to drink 4-6 liters per day when winter camping. dehydration will make you cold very fast.
the water seemed supernaturally clean - even the bits in it were clean. leaves were not disintegrated pulp but spiralling crystals. the freshness of the water made it seem less buoyant.
wilson was on a friend’s yacht and after several drinks announced he was going for a swim. his friends thought he was nuts, because the water was so cold, he dove in, and decided to swim near the spot where his old yacht used to be docked. he emerged from the water holding a picture of his ex wife that he threw from his yacht years before.
one map showed the distribution of the polyglot peoples. another exhibited their incomes indicated in colours, ranging from gold which meant twenty dollars or more total a week for a family, to black which was five dollars or less total family income. there were precious little gold and a superabundance of black on that income map!
the water was lapping as normal, but oh my word, the paths left me seriously concerned on absolutely everyone’s behalf. like so much in life and nature, it’s all about your expectations because at other times, of course, we seek out skating sensations. but none of us came prepared with any blades or hopes at all
again, we had 11 scooterists plus 2 cyclists, and 7 walkers. this was a completely different ramble to day 1 and is a very “watery” one, ie it passes ober water, bolderford bridge and on the way home fletchers water, so it’s forest streams and meanders (the name for the forest streams) all the way.
letitia elizabeth landon. letitia elizabeth landon (august 14, 1802 – october 15, 1838) was an english poet and novelist, better known by her initials l. e. l. she was one of the richest sources of epigrams in the early nineteenth century and one reviewer compared her to rochefoucauld. sometimes she adopts an adversarial role, giving contradictory
with its palette of golden brown and olive green, it is a painting which has the look and feel of andalucia, with its rough textures and unplanned lines. it is therefore a clear homage to this imperfect region which is, in so many ways, the unbridled soul of spain. © nicholas de lacy-brown and the daily norm…
although the water temperature was so cold that i don’t think i would have braved it. last summer when i raced in italy, i went over a few days early so that i could fish. these quarry
october 31st, 2019 stay at home in the evening my children, today is again the day, when the other side annoys people and incites them to mischief. it makes sense to stay at home tonight, and those who are on the move should also visit closed rooms. campers can retire to their caravans, tents or camper vans, and tonight and also at night it makes sense to pray a lot, send light, and do good.
faint lights from gold and silver and bronze, advisors of french president francois mitterand and german chancellor helmut schmidt thought nato would lose the cold war. so humiliating was the later collapse of the communist regimes that the pundits could argue credibly that it had fallen of its own weight. where the swirling water is so