I stay home in my air conditioner when it's scorching out there

Last week, I was so gleeful because my associate and I finally got some much-needed rain in Phoenix, then and while some people who live here will complain about the rain, I welcomed the showers with open arms, when it rains here, it means that the temperature will be cooler outside.

In fact, after a downpour, my associate and I sporadically get 2 or 3 days of nicer weather. When this happens, I usually take luck of the locales that I skip when the weather is too sizzling to manage. I enjoy going to the hiking trails after it rains because the trails are so much better when the desert heat isn’t blistering; Of course, on the hiking trails, there are no air conditioner or cooling stations, so there is nowhere to find reprieve from the heat; Some trails have water stations located at the trailheads, where you can fill a bottle with cool water, many of the trails have no shaded areas, which makes them even harder to trek when it’s brutally hot. So, I consistently make sure that I take luck of those days when it’s nice outside and I am not yearning to remain in the air conditioner because the temperatures are scorching hot, however because there is no air conditioner in the wilderness, my associate and I must take extra precautions to make sure that our bodies don’t overheat. Some people enjoy hiking in the brutally sizzling weather, even though I would rather wait for cooler temperatures. Why risk my life to go hiking on a trail that can be accessed when the weather is much nicer outside? I would much rather stay home in my comfortable air conditioner on those days.
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