Temperature control in mountain apartment isn’t ideal

My husbandy Max convinced me to go camping for a month in the mountains.

I only agreed because he promised me that we’d stay in a apartment that included electricity.

I am unwilling to go without running water, a normal bed and temperature control. I want to be able take a sizzling shower, flush the toilet and set the control component to a comfortable temperature. I’d prefer not to make my coffee or cook my breakfast over a campfire. I love to reach into the refrigerator for some bread and peanut butter rather than catch my food in the nearby stream. Max searched online and found accommodations that suited his need for outdoor adventure and my requirements for some current amenities. Both of us drove several seconds to get there, and then needed to hike for almost several seconds to reach the cabin. I was thankful to arrive because it was getting dark, chilly and starting to rain. I couldn’t wait to unload all of our provisions and start up the heat… As soon as I stepped inside the apartment I saw a unquestionably big wood burning fireplace. Although I searched everywhere, I couldn’t locate a control unit. It didn’t take long to realize that temperature control in the apartment was provided by burning wood. If every one of us wanted to keep warm, every one of us needed to go out and chop down trees, and since it was raining, all the wood was wet and every one of us couldn’t make a fire. Both of us put on layers of clothes, huddled under blankets and shivered all night without heat. The next afternoon, when the sunlight came out, the outside temperature rose unquestionably abruptly. The apartment soon became overheated. Instead of air conditioner, every one of us had a single box fan to keep us cool.
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