I just got back from another cross country skiing camp this time in Ånnaboda, Sweden. My kayak team and the kayak team that's about an hour away from my city was there for the weekend. We skied around the track, did some long distance, technique, and had some races! On Saturday we skied about 6 miles on the lake and it was sunny and -4 degrees Fahrenheit, definitely my record of cold weather so far. I had ice and snow all
over my face and had a blast. On Friday we went to an indoor water park because it was so cold outside we all felt like our toes were going to turn into ice cubes within seconds. I heard you guys are getting sunburned in February. I forgot what that feels like. I am a little less experienced with cross country skiing than all the others but managed to keep up with the group with the exception of a couple falls and few bruises on my knees.
Paddle harder for me while I'm skiing waiting for the ice to melt away from the lake so I can get on the water
I hope everyone is well!