|You know who else walks on water?|
|You want me to swim? There?|
|What the hell? Probably not going to get another chance to swim off Olkhon Island again...|
Plus, what a festive umbrella!
|So, while I stripped down, Erin and Natalie cracked open the 2-liter plastic bottle of Zatecky Gus,|
you know, the fine Russian beer. Jesse was busy with her single ruble bills. It was my finest Chip'n'Dale moment.
|1) You can see why Jesse was so busy with her single ruble bills;|
2) You can see the sheen of sweat and steam from the incredibly hot bayna; and
3) You can see how cool CZ and his water-proofing is!
|OMG. So hot, so hot, so hot, so hot. Let me out.|
|Out the door.|
The air was cold. But felt great.
And then, it was time to take the plunge:
|Here, I explain the finer points of the running dive to Brian and JJ.|
Brian is clearly just thinking about his next Chippendale moment. Is that magnum? Blue steel?
And JJ's internal monologue: "Ich bin zu sexy für mein Hemd"
|Gearing up for the walk back to Nikitas.|
|50 degrees, overcast, and white-caps. Pretty much your perfect beach day.|
|Despite the unfortunate placement of the water droplet, no one would could doubt that this is me and J in Lake Baikal.|
In 48 degree Lake Baikal.
|Run, run, run, ooooh, cold, cold cold, run run run away!|
|Warming up after the first dip.|
|Look at that form.|
|And this form? Double gorgeous. Thanks.|
But, even if you don't think the tiny bathers are beautiful, the sunsets on Olkhon Island undeniably are.