Had it been up to me, I would likely spend summers totally outside. If I didn’t have to go to a full-time job, I would be camping and hiking around nature and doing a whole lot of sightseeing on a regular basis. I feel most at ease outside, and I really feel just like I am trapped when I’ve got to work in an office all day long. It makes me feel confined, and all I can think about is what I will do at four o’clock when I get off. A ton of my pals don’t understand how I’m able to spend so much time around nature, but I don’t see how they stay indoors always. I think they are way too dependent on their HVAC systems to keep them cozy, and this keeps them from seeking the truly great outdoors. I think if my air conditioner broke down tomorrow I wouldn’t even try and get it fixed because I don’t turn it on that often. To me, a cooling system wastes money and I’m sure just fine without one. I’m sure that I’m a bit crazy, and everyone tells me that constantly. I just feel that most comrades have become too reliant on the appliances to keep them pleasant and happy. I am a very good advocate for nature, and I think that people should put themselves from their comfort zones even more. An air conditioner is great in that it makes it easier to kick back and hang out, but there is something to be said for learning how to accomplish this without being so dependent machines. Some of my friends won’t go camping with me, and I think a possibility to get them to come along would be to have an air conditioner in their sleeping quarters. This is not about to happen.