Yesterday was one of my greatest adventures in life: I joined the Coney Island Polar Bear Club, USA, Inc. during their weekly frolick in the freezing ocean!

That's me signing my sanity away! lol

If you are looking for some THRILL in your life, this is a MUST adventure for you! The Coney Island Polar Bear Club here in New York invites everyone to swim with them any Sunday during the winter season (November-April). Dare to brave the winter cold, strip up and have a dip in the freezing waters? I'm telling you, it's gonna be an experience you will never, ever forget!
Ready as a cub could be!
I needed to hold on to my daughter coz my knees were already shaking!


After the dip ...
Yahoo! Mommy did it!
Hey, If Mommy can be groovy, so can I!

Next thrills ... bungee-jumping, sky-diving, swimming with piranhas ... LOL!
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How to get there: Take either D, F, N or Q train to Stillwell Avenue ...


Walk towards the Boardwalk, turn left and walk to 10th St
(NY Aquarium Educ Hall is their meeting place where they serve some hot cocoas, coffee, tea and cookies)

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