My brother Jamie and I enjoy to do serious sports and activities! He and I have done coasteering before; that is where you jump off cliffs into sub zero waters. Both of us have skydived, bungee jumped and rode on the highest cable car around. Jamie and I now are signed up to scuba dive in a crack of the tectonic plates, then you go between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plate! It is supposed to be genuinely beautiful and totally wild. However, the location we’re doing this is known for being super cold. Jamie and I know that the water is not going to be properly heated. I know the ocean doesn’t have a gas furnace set up to make the water sizzling enough. The water is supposed to be around 40 degrees. In order to prepare for this, Jamie and I getting used to being cold. Both of us are not using any type of heating, no furnace use inside and no car gas furnace being used. Even in the evening all of us are only sleeping under one single sheet. Jamie and I are also going to pack super thick, heavy clothing for the water. There are particular clothing types that absorb and keep your body heat. It is the closest thing all of us have to bringing a portable gas furnace with us. My brother and I also agree that immediately after the snorkeling event all of us are going to crank the car gas furnace to sizzle us up. Hopefully the water won’t be that terrible with all the gear that we’ll be wearing. Also, going without heating for a week should make my brother and I used to being colder.