Where else can you choose to go ice skating or swimming outdoors, or both, at the same time except the remote Tatlayoko Valley?
Residents and friends of the area embraced 2020 in traditional fashion with the annual Tatlayoko Lake Polar Bear Swim Jan. 1.
Roma Shaughnessy said the year started off with a splash and “a few screams” at the annual event, which kicked off at 11 a.m. The temperature was unusally warm at 7C but winds gusting to 30 kilometres per hour “put quite a bite in the air,” she added.
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