Point & Shoot: Polar Plunge

Point & Shoot: Polar Plunge - Expatlog

The day dawned cloudy, snow and sky matching one another to create the feeling of life within a cottonball. Looking out of the bedroom window I noticed the jagged portcullis of icicles stretching down from the eaves had melted away completely. A thaw had begun, bringing with it relief from the rictus of ice and a whole new set of problems, evident in yet another power outage. I skipped breakfast, grabbed my camera and jumped in the jeep. The Polar Plunge started at 11am and I knew from past experience that just a couple of minutes delay would mean missing the whole thing – scantily clad people don’t hang around for long on snowy beaches – time was of the essence...

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