Pioneer Potluck: About saunas and cold Alaskan winters
Saunas are for the young, old, daring and the bored in the middle of the winter. It feels so good to get warm in zero and below temperatures, with 10 to 12 feet of snow and more slowly falling out of the sky. It's time to fire up the sauna. In our case in our younger years, we had a sauna cabin that had to be fired up (Bob's job) about two hours before you could shed all our clothes and enter into the steaming good smelling cedar room. There was a small one-man Jacuzzi tub in the corner.
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