Swimmers wade into the water at West Neck Beach in Lloyd Harbor. (Credit: Steve Pfost)
After swimming in the open waters of Long Island's bays, harbors and the ocean, returning to even an Olympic-size pool may seem like taking a dip in a bathtub.
"Open-water swimming is a great way to start the day," says Carol Moore, 59, of Huntington, fairy pod mother of the West Neck Pod (facebook.com/westneckpod, email@example.com) swim group that has more than 100 members...
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