Never taking the bus again

This past week I desperately wanted to get out of town. I was feeling very tired of my immediate surroundings and reporting to work every day. I truly needed a break from the daily monotony of regular life and decided I should hit the road and go visit my family back home. Honestly, it’s a pretty long drive to get back home and I was feeling a bit too fatigued to deal with 12 hours behind the wheel. I decided it was best that I look into an alternative travel solution so I could actually kick back and get some relaxation time. The best option actually seems to be taking a Greyhound bus all the way up north. I thought this was going to be great and I would have so much time for relaxation and thinking on the drive. I didn’t anticipate that the bus would have a failing on board a thermostat and create the most uncomfortable indoor environment imaginable. When I first boarded the bus, the outdoor climate was quite warm and comfortable. Therefore, the inside of the bus didn’t require too much added HVAC power for everyone to feel jovial and content. Unfortunately, as we drove further and further north, the outdoor climate drastically changed. Obviously, the outdoor air temperature dipped with our higher latitude. As the air temperature decreased, the onboard air temperature did the same. Soon, it felt like there were cold drafts streaming in from every window. I sat frigidly in my seat hoping that the air vent overhead would start producing warm air at some point. It never did. After 16 hours on this ice cold bus, I truly questioned my plan to get out of town for relaxation.

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