IMPORTANT East Gallatin Recreation Area Survey

Hey Bozeman Masters! Please take two minutes to complete this quick, six question survey. Your response is IMPORTANT to our open water swimming future at the Pond! I have added a few survey suggestions for members to consider below. If you would like, please feel free to copy and paste the suggestions, AND please feel free to forward this email to family members and friends for their response, too. Hopefully, we can get a major league, viral-like response. Happy holidays! SwimStrong, SwimAltitude, Art

To respond to the survey, click here — www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=5u7PNiE_2b4puwKMtGvIBvvw_3d_3d

Additional information, or if the above link does not work, click here – www.bozemansunriserotary.org

Question 4.
From the list of activities below, please select the one in which you would most likely participate.
Suggestion: Check OTHER, and add “Open Water Swimming, Open Water Swimming Competitions, Triathlon Training, and Triathlons”.

Question 5.
From the list below of possible “minor” improvements to the park, please rank them in order of importance to you.
Suggestion: Check OTHER, and add “Priority #1 – Permanent open water swim buoys for the pond, planned and placed in a manner to provide a wide variety of precisely measured, long distance open water swim and triathlon swim courses. Priority #2 — Combination webcam/weather reporting station, complete with water temperature (measuring in accordance with USA Swimming or USA Triathlon standards), wind speeds, possibly even water quality (providing greater environmental assurance, as it’s always an ongoing question for the pond) , and other fun, helpful real-time data, for real-time access on the web, via mobile devices, etc. Priority #3 – Lifeguards.”

Question 6.
From the list below of possible “major” improvements to the park, please rank them in order of importance to you.
Suggestion: Check OTHER, and add “Priority #1 — Two or more, LARGE floating docks, placed mid-pond, separated by a precisely measured, long open water swim distance of approximately 200 meters-plus (as long as possible, depending on what distance is reasonably available) and connected by lane rope(s) or floating cable(s). Swimmers can swim between the docks and get coached/gather/rest/sun/etc at the platforms.”