Do as the Swedes do.
And then proceeding to plunge into the frigid Baltic Sea (38˚ F or 4˚ C).
You can call it crazy, I’d prefer to refer to it as getting in touch with my Swedish roots.
The sauna got even hotter and I can boast a 100˚ Centigrade temperature difference between the two environments. We did this at least six times.
So um, best day ever? Yes.