I hate being stuck in one place.
I dont think I’m the sort of person who can ever settle down and remain in one location for long.
Honestly, I love to get out and see the world so I don’t forget that there are exciting components of life outside of working and paying high energy bills. I seriously like to travel as often as possible. I usually make my trips with only my truck, some cold drinks, and my backpack in the back seat. Of course, traveling any considerable distances comes with some inherent challenges. Especially because the outdoor climate changes rapidly as you are moving across our large, diverse country. For this, I always assume that the car can handle the changing outdoor air temperatures with my heating, cooling, and air quality control system in the truck. But, as I recently found out, it turns out that this old heating, cooling, and ventilation assumption is not always going to be true. The last time I went on a road trip I was very disappointed to find that there was no working ventilation, heat or AC in the vehicle I was driving. There was heat. There was cooling. But there was no air flow. The trouble started when I first changed the indoor temperature by switching on the powerful heating system in the truck and nothing was coming through the vents. I messed with the controls for a while, but the thermostat did not seem to respond. I couldn’t get any air to pass through the cab with warmer or cooler temperatures no matter how many times I tried to adjust to the central heating, cooling, and ventilation system for the rest of the cross-country trip. Not my best travel story.