When you own a sauna you find yourself getting excited about bad weather. You’ll be driving home, watching other people scurry to their car with disgruntled looks thinking, “It’s going to be a great sauna tonight. I hope the weather gets worse!”
I stood in my yard last night with a good friend, watching some of the worst storm clouds I’ve ever seen between sauna rounds. It was a breathtaking, memorable experience. It got me thinking, “What’s the best bad weather for a sauna?”
Here are my top three:
- A Blizzard. Hands down the best sauna you can have.
- Pouring rain in the summer.
- Blustery, cold sleet in the spring or fall.
What’s your best bad weather sauna experience?