I thought my boyfriend was being absurd when he told myself and others to take a jacket with me, but leave the space heating system at home.
I knew that anything could happen where the two of us wouldn’t have any heat in the cabin, and I wanted to be prepared. He said there was no locale to plug a heating system in at the cabin, but that wasn’t a problem. My space heating system would run for up to fifteen hours on a single charge, and I had plenty of batteries for backup power. He told myself and others the space heating system would be too unwieldy to carry along, however I was insistent. I was going to take the space heating system with me, or he was going alone. The two of us parked about a quarter mile away from the beach house and had to hike the rest of the wayâ€¦ By the time the two of us got there, the two of us were both cold and wet from the now steadily falling, cold rain. I wanted a sizzling shower and a fireplace to stand in front of, but the beach house had neither. There was a wood stove to heat water, but there was no split wood. He went in search of wood while I stayed at the cabin, so I didn’t get colder. In the meantime, I set up the space heating system in the middle of the beach house and set it on high. By the time he returned, the beach house was comfortably warm. He had enough wood to get the fire burning so the two of us could heat water, and he smiled. He said it was a good thing he let myself and others bring the space heating system along with us.