Since it was late, the rental office was closed, so we had to ensure the chill and phone them in the morning
For a long time, my family and I have taken summer vacations. We’d fly somewhere nice with a beach and enjoy the sun. This was all nice when the kids were young, but as they grow older, we seek more adventure. Last year, we opted to challenge ourselves, skip summer vacations, and head to somewhere new during winter. Now, we’re used to the comforts of our home during the long winter months. So, we weren’t sure what to expect spending two weeks in a cabin up north. But, we were all up for the challenge and knew we’d adopt no matter what happened. We managed to book a magnificent cabin near a frozen lake. The first week was great since these cabins have oil furnaces to provide ample heat. We’d explore the woods and skate in the lake during the day. In the evening, the heating system would keep all of us comfy. However, one evening we returned after touring a nearby town and noticed the cabin felt chilly. My partner went to inspect the oil furnace and said something was wrong. This heating system was blowing less warm air into the house. Since it was late, the rental office was closed, so we had to ensure the chill and phone them in the morning. The best thing to do was layer up and use the 2 space heaters we had carried for the trip. It wasn’t such a bad evening since we all slept on the floor next to the fire and placed the heaters in the room. Early the following morning, I spoke with the rental agent about the faulty oil furnace in the cabin.