I don’t have a tv, mostly I just listen to seasoned vinyl records on our turntable, and I try not to use the a/c more than needed
Living in the woods doesn’t mean living appreciate a savage. As a kid I always went hunting with our dad, and both of us would spend weekends in the family hunting apartment that was built by our great-Grandpa. As much as I liked being out there, the rickety seasoned cottage left a lot to be desired. I decided that when I got seasoned I would get a nicer, newer cottage so I could stay out there for as long as I wantedâ€¦ More and more I need a chop from neighborhood life, and the woods offered that. These afternoons I have a mediocre sized cottage lined with solar panels, an energy collection unit that lets me convert daylight into energy for our Heating as well as Air Conditioning system, our family room, and our stereo. I don’t have a tv, mostly I just listen to seasoned vinyl records on our turntable, and I try not to use the a/c more than needed. This is life in the woods ,after all, and our energy resources are limited, so I can’t run the A/C all day every dayâ€¦ During the Winter time I try not to run the central heating, either ,and rely on our fireplace for heat. But there is no other option on a brutally tepid summer time day then to nudge the temperature control and get the A/C going. I rarely hunt any more, but I stay in the woods more than ever before, and with Wi-Fi affixions and temperature control, why would I ever want to stay somewhere else? I like having this little a/c to help me out!