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Vacation Activities?

I'm 35weeks & every year my family goes on a vacation up north. (I live in Wisconsin.) I'm wondering if I'll actually be able to even participate in anything. There's horseback riding, four wheeling, pontooning (which is like this big boat, super relaxing), fishing, archery, and just overall R&R. By no means do I want to induce premature labor & the baby's safety comes first. I'm mainly just worried about the horsebackriding & four wheeling. What do y'all think? Should I ask my Dr?
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I also haven't been checked for dialation or effacement yet(starts next week). So I'm a little worried about swimming in the lake water also.
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No horseback riding or 4wheeling. As long as your not going over huge *** waves the pontoon boat is fine
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Go ask your doc about these things
8377023 tn?1399509160
And id ask your doctor about the swimming, but I think its only if your water has broken you cant go swimming. Im assuming you have been to this lake before and know how clean or dirty it is?
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It's a little murky towards the shore(from sand being kicked up and all) but the farther u go out, the clearer it gets. I just know it's not that clean because it's a lake. That's what I was thinking if my water, hasn't broken, I'm fine, wasn't sure though.
8377023 tn?1399509160
Have fun :)
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Thanks(: I'm thinking of it as one last kick back before the baby comes & we get down to work.
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