I just returned from a walk by the sea and wow it is freezing out there.
The wind is blowing and it’s about 35 F outside so it feels closer to 25 F with the windchill.
I don’t know how some of these homeless folks survive this style of weather in the evening when they are sleeping. How can you sleep on the hard and cold cold tough street when it’s almost freezing? They must just numb out with crack or something, it’s a pretty uneasy existence. I would enjoy offering them a place to sleep, however I’m afraid they would never leave. I see a fireplace where they could warm themselves, however it’s easily too hot if they rest too close to it. A nice oil gas furnace keeps me so warm in the evening in our flat and I am easily grateful for it. I wonder what really happens to a person that puts them on the streets for the rest of their lives? I couldn’t even imagine walking around on non radiant floors in the afternoons. I had a gas furnace in our decrypt and aged condo that was easily efficient in heating up the whole condo suddenly. I even had a difficult time residing in our aged flat because it didn’t have all of the luxuries this place possesses. It had an aged electric gas furnace however it wasn’t now working half of the time -as the two of us had the HVAC specialist come out he told us that it wasn’t worth repairing. It’s so wonderful and nice to just push a button on your control device and warm heat circulates throughout the house.