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Canada has a fifth of the world’s fresh water, although only 7% is renewable water supply with the rest held in lakes, underground aquifers and glaciers. I love the refreshing and invigorating sensation I get from jumping into one of Canada’s lakes in the summer. Once I brave the first few moments of cold chill, my body adjusts and I am glad that I took the plunge. It makes me feel fully alive. I also enjoy soaking in a hot tub set at just over 100 degrees F. The warmth relaxes my aching muscles and calms me. It makes me feel relaxed. One sensation that I do not enjoy is swimming in lukewarm water. I admit a heated pool does make it easier to break that water and submerge myself, but it does not take too long for me to lose my enthusiasm for a swim. It drains my energy.