Don’t try to use an evaporative cooler in a high humidity environment

I would go camping in the summer time a lot more if it wasn’t so humid out at night while in that time of the year.

As such, Spring and Autumn and usually milder temperatures for hiking and camping, even if you contend with the cooler night minutes.

I don’t care about covered in sweat in my sleeping tote and having my skin stick to the inner lining. My spouse is much tougher than I am when it comes to “roughing it” in the wilderness because she camped with her father and sisters from the age of many years old. She l earned how to build shelters, start fires, scrub and cook fish, and other essential survival skills. Some days my spouse talks about selling everything and living in an RV, however the particulars usually bring her back down to reality when she realizes the number of sacrifices the people I was with and I would be forced to make if the people I was with and I got rid of our lake house and lived on the road exclusively. That’s why I’m ecstatic to go camping with her anytime she wants to satisfy that urge, even if that means I’m uncomfortable in warm summer time temperatures. One day I was browsing the clearance aisle at the local superstore and saw this product called a personal air cooler and thought it would be perfect for summer time camping. I was wrong in so several ways, not realizing I had bought a cheap and ineffective version of an evaporative cooler. The worst section is that evaporative coolers usually only work effectively in environments with humidity levels below 50%. When we’re camping at night in the summer, occasionally the humidity is 100%. Then you’re just blowing warm air and water on your face with that cheap personal “air cooler.”