Guila Muir On Say Yes to Life Swims
Guila Muir On Say Yes to Life SwimsCourtesy of Say Yes To Life, Washington.
The first reported positive COVID-19 case in the United States was from a patient in the state of Washington on February 25th. Early on in the pandemic in the U.S., the media focused on the state of Washington.
But Guila Muir of Say Yes To Life in the western state of Washington has never lost her enthusiasm for the open water throughout the lockdown.
She started with her Thursday Evening Stress Relief Series on S. Lake Washington in early June. Then she added a new Special Solstice Swim in mid-June on N. Lake Washington and a bunch of pop-up swims including the Tubby Trout 5k Open Water Swim, The Amazing OctoChallenge 8k, and the 1.5-mile new Deception Pass Adventure Swim.
Going forward, Muir is organizing the Seattle’s 10k Invitational Open Water Swim on September 19th on Lake Washington and the 9th Annual Awesome Alki Bash on September 26th, a 1-mile swim in the Salish Sea.
For more information, visit www.say-yes-to-life-swims.com.
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