It’s nice having a strong air conditioner that rarely struggles to keep my house nice and cold when it’s hot outside
My love for hiking in the woods started early. I feel lucky to have a dad who was an avid outdoorsman in his younger years. Before he met my mother, he went on hiking and hunting trips all of the time with his friends that he lived with at the time. Back then my dad was living in southern Michigan and would sometimes drive into southern Ontario to hike near Lake Huron. But he and his friends are now all scattered around the country in various places. He hasn’t seen any of his high school friends in ages, and during the years since my father hasn’t really made any new friends to be completely honest. His job consumes a lot of his time and whenever he is willing to do something outside, the most I can do is get him to accompany me on a short hiking trip. More often than not I’m going on my hiking trips completely alone, but I don’t mind. It gives me a chance to clear my head and figure out solutions to problems that are grappling with my mind throughout the week. The fresh air is good for my head and exercise is good for my sedentary body. If I get too overheated when I’m out in the woods hiking, I know that I can come home and cool off with their air conditioning set to a cold setting. It’s nice having a strong air conditioner that rarely struggles to keep my house nice and cold when it’s hot outside. I can’t imagine how disappointing it would be if I was stuck with a poor a/c that never worked as well as I hoped.