REMEMBER THE DAYS OF SWIMMING? WELL SUMMER IS HERE AND YOUR NEVER TO OLD TO GO FOR A DIP. Find a swimming hole here! http://www.swimmingholes.org/tn.html
Day at the swimming hole
Bo Melson, his 5-year-old son Dylan, and his pitbull Rex enjoy the cool water Friday in a swimming hole in the Tennessee River on Tennessee Valley Authority property in Valhermosa Springs.
Fall Creek Falls State Park / Cane Creek Cascades Swimming hole.
Old Swimming Hole. Early 1900's
Even if you have tried to prepare for every possible problem, it is always possible that something unexpected will happen and you find yourself needing help. That is not the time to be alone. If there are lifeguards, let them know your plans before you start swimming. If there are no lifeguards, then swim with someone else (keeping an eye on each other and knowing lifesaving will both help). Even if there are lifeguards, a partner will be able to get to you a lot sooner than a lifeguard.
Along those same lines, make yourself easy to see. Not only will it help people find you if you need help, but it may also help boats see you and only come close instead of running over you. Those bright swim caps they make you wear at races aren't just for decoration! The only times I ever wear a swim cap are in open water and cold water (like when the heater goes out in the pool).
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