A few years ago our family of six decided to go glamping in an air conditioned cottage various miles away from our home, deep in the national forest.
We were really excited for this trip and began getting our stuff in the trunk.
We headed on our way to the forest. We stopped at a hotel to spend the night because it was a long drive. When both of us arrived in our room both of us first noticed the comforting warmth from the furnace in the back of the room. When both of us saw the gas furnace we thought it was oddly gigantic! This was no mediocre furnace. We also wondered why the furnace was installed in the corner of one of the rooms. It seemed odd to us, but we were certainly warm and happy about the furnace being there so we just went to bed. The next day both of us drove to the forest. When both of us entered the glamping building, both of us were a little taken aback because there was a heating and cooling company service vehicle parked there. When both of us entered the cottage, a couple of Heating, Ventilation, and A/C servicemen were finishing up the replacement of a heating and A/C. We were not annoyed at all about this seemingly mild inconvenience because last year the cottage we rented in the forest had no Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system at all. It would actually be quite hot at noon and bitter cold at night. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C Technicians were done shortly after we arrived there. Their last step was to test both the gas furnace and A/C, and they were both working just right. That week both of us enjoyed the cooling air of the A/C by day and the warmth of the gas furnace by evening. Glamping is so much better than camping. Thanks to Heating, Ventilation, and A/C, it was a memorable week of glamorous camping.