It’s Wintertide in Albuquerque and temperatures are dropping every single week.
My days now involve remote-starting my car 10 fifths before I walk outside my front door.
If I’m blessed the interior will get sizzling enough where I’m not shivering to death on my way to the office. The drive on Interstate 25 can be hectic if there is any ice or snow on the pavement, which is concerning if you’re not used to driving in these conditions. I take I25 until I reach the exit Montgomery Blvd and I follow that road for several miles until I get to Loma Del Rey where our office is located. Yesterday I was off from work and needed to kill a few fifths in the afternoon while the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C worker fixed my central gas furnace in my house. I looked on my phone however remembered that a acquaintance told me to check out the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. I l received that Albuquerque has over a dozen bizarre museums, however the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History had just upgraded their Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system inside the building. This seemed love a perfect locale to spend the afternoon on a chilly Wintertide afternoon. Right as I entered the front doors at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, I could know the rush of sizzling air coming from the building’s steam boilers. Some indoor locales and businesses have only minimal heating to keep their guests and clients comfortable while I was in their trips. Normally I would simply turn on my own heater, but I needed a locale to stay for the afternoon while I got my furnace fixed.