19678Re: On the virtues of indoor exercise
- Mar 9, 2007Krandan, you won't have to worry about mosquitoes for awhile!
In Puerto Rico we get hurricanes too...well, something has to give!
Good luck in your work, and I hope everyone makes it safely through.
--- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, krandan_aus
> Here on the Northwest coast of Australia we are about to face
> Tropical cyclone George Category 4(A big one).The humidity is intense.
> How does that sit with your tropical bug disposition?
> Last night I was up all night in my role as engineer on an oil
> vessell going through the procedure of isolating and disconnecting
> all of the electrical and control systems that connect us to the oil
> wells on the sea bed 80 metres below us.This allows us to drop our
> mooring buoy if the cyclone gets too close and sail away. At 3am I
> took a break and changed my totally sweat saturated overalls.I took
> my exercise outdoors last night, but with the impending weather
> change will be following you in pursuing the virtues of indoor
> exercise. What a wonderful world. Just two weeks ago we were together
> enjoying Thailand. Now we have all taken our journeys homeward to the
> corners of the globe. What diversity there is in the Cosmic game!Stay
> warm brother while I try and stay cool!Smiles from Aus.
> Krandan Geelong
> --- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, kamalakanta47
> <no_reply@> wrote:
> > Here on the East coast of the United States, we are facing a really
> > cold, cold front.
> > Temperatures are plummetting down to levels as low as they have been
> > seen all winter long.
> > I have been living in the US for the last 14 years, and have grown
> > accustomed to the winter temperatures....with a limit. When my hands
> > start freezing (around 32 degrees Farenheit), that is where I draw
> > line.
> > As much as I admire those who can exercise outdoors in the winter,
> > body rejects this kind of weather, which is more than 55 degrees
> > colder than I am used to.
> > Therefore, on I go with my indoor exercise program, inspired by a
> > Nadal-Federer tennis match...
> > Again, kudos to all Nordic souls, but this little tropical bug is
> > staying home until God decides to make things a little more
> > outside.
> > Kamalakanta
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