Over a period of three hours more than 450 hardy participants jumped into the chilly lagoon waters of Olalla, Washington to join in on the New Year's Day tradition.
Leah Meyers hits the water after jumping off the bridge into the Burley Lagoon during the 30th annual Polar Bear in Olalla, Washington on January 1, 2014. Over over a period of three hours more than 450 hardy participants jumped into the frigid waters for the annual Polar Bear Plunge into the chilly lagoon waters to join in on the annual New Year's Day Tradition. UPI /Jim Bryant
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Janette Farr hurls off the bridge into the Burley Lagoon during the 30th annual Polar Bear in Olalla, Washington on January 1, 2014. Over over a period of three hours more than 450 hardy participants jumped into the frigid waters for the annual Polar Bear Plunge into the chilly lagoon waters to join in on the annual New Year's Day Tradition. UPI /Jim Bryant
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Charity O'Conner, left, holds her Husky hat as she departs the water after jumping off the bridge into the Burley Lagoon during the 30th annual Polar Bear in Olalla, Washington on January 1, 2014. Over over a period of three hours more than 450 hardy participants jumped into the frigid waters for the annual Polar Bear Plunge into the chilly lagoon waters to join in on the annual New Year's Day Tradition. UPI /Jim Bryant
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A jumper films himself with a GoPro camera as he hurls off the bridge into the Burley Lagoon during the 30th annual Polar Bear in Olalla, Washington on January 1, 2014. Over over a period of three hours more than 450 hardy participants jumped into the frigid waters for the annual Polar Bear Plunge into the chilly lagoon waters to join in on the annual New Year's Day Tradition. UPI /Jim Bryant
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Charity O'Conner looses her Husky hat as she jumps off the bridge into the Burley Lagoon during the 30th annual Polar Bear in Olalla, Washington on January 1, 2014. Over over a period of three hours more than 450 hardy participants jumped into the frigid waters for the annual Polar Bear Plunge into the chilly lagoon waters to join in on the annual New Year's Day Tradition. UPI /Jim Bryant
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