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It's unfortunate that I don't live in the city in the summer, so I've never gotten to take full advantage of The River House, but I do go over there to swim in the first few weeks of class in September. It's always a mob, with everyone back in the city, but there is enough space that you can stake out your own area. Crossing the Mass Ave. Bridge, the building gets closer and closer, and after thinking "how do I get over there?" you realize you can get over there from the bridge. I like to take the esplanade entrance so I can see each part of the area in turn.
From the darkness under the bridge, I walk by the little food stands, and the narrow lap
pools, the sunbathers, the bocce players, the bonfire, as the dock on the Charles winds along my other side. Suddenly I'm at the changing rooms. I go in the "in door" of the changing rooms. I love the different levels of glass, figuring out who can see me and seeing the water and people coming back from the water in one view. Through the "out door" I'm surprised to discover I'm already half way over Storrow. Over the bridge and onto the deck I seek out one of the darker decking areas, which will be warmer to lie on, behind a little wind break. I don't end up swimming often. Just reading and enjoying the water, the sky, the roar of the traffic, filtered behind me.
The best time I had at the River House was for skating though. I'd gone to the frog pond before, but it's so cold! I'm hardly there long enough to make it worthwhile. The best part of skating is sitting on the solar heated benches between trips around the rink. When even that isn't enough to warm me up, I go back thorough the changing rooms, transformed from the cool summer oasis for changing out of swim suits into a warm spot one for putting on skates. After this I head over to the sauna changing area which is hot and moist, a welcome change from the dry winter air. Each little distance between spaces is just long enough that I’m really happy when I get to the next one. Finally warm, finally cool, it’s bliss. When I've completely forgotten that I was cold to begin with, I have some hot chocolate by the bonfire in the brief twilight.
This pond is by the entrance to the Quinault Casino (WA)
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