Easter Sunday's ocean swim was a great introduction to the 2007 open water season. Although the water was a bit chilly at first we were all (three of us) used to it in a matter of minutes. The purpose of Sunday's swim was to get reacquainted with the ocean. We swam a relatively light 3,000 yards in one hour. The air was on the chilly side (high 60s) with an ocean temperature of about 67 degrees. A gentle southern moving current at our feet helped us along our less typical route - south toward Ormond Beach. There was a light chop with nice wave action 300 yards to the shore. There was even less wave action 500-700 yards offshore. Great job Judi and Dakin!