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Cold-Water Swimming

by in Jan 2012
Cold-Water Swimming
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Cold-Water Swimming
Photo/Art by courtesy of Boston Public Library

We Can Still Go Swimming

Amoskeag Ledge in Manchester, New Hampshire, attracted the city’s famous Brownies (photo circa 1930). Even today, New England’s cold-water enthusiasts seek out icy plunges.

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