So I discovered after swimming at the Surf N' Swim for several years now, that to avoid the hot water as much as possible you have to go the deeper end of the pool. There are two places in the shallowest lane where hot water enters at the bottom of the pool right in the middle. This water felt like hot tub water (probably over 95 degrees). So today after swimming the first two sets, I moved over to the deeper lanes to avoid the major hot pockets of water coming from these vents.
800 (200 drill kick pull swim) 2000 - 2x1000 with fins and paddles, :30 ri 1000 - 2x500 with fins :30 ri 500 - 2x250 no equipment :30 ri 100 easy 800 - 8x100 fast! (1:09, 1:12, 1:14, 1:16, 1:20, 1:21, 1:21, 1:22) first four on 1:20, second four on 1:25
I felt great about these times. Thank goodness I was out of the "hot water" lane by this time.
300 - 6x50 down free drill, back backstroke on :55