This is really a great heater

Come early July, I’ve been living with 9 other guys in a cabin while we go on hiking expeditions around the area every few days. I’ve been eating all organic food and also the exercise everyday is getting me in excellent shape. I got here a day late so I got stuck with the top bunk, right next to the heater. It hasn’t been too bad, but this week it’s started raining a lot and the heater has kicked on a lot of times. It makes a random rustling sound when it’s on and it’s kind of bothersome because we all have to talk a lot louder. The heater is a small section of the wall, next to a door in which the gas furnace is kept. The guy on the bunk below me left his plastic bottle adjacent to the heating system and the bottom of the bottle melted. I’m really happy it didn’t catch on fire, because the entire cabin is manufactured out of wood. We can’t have shoots, or even use the fireplace without supervision because a fire could occur so easily and take out area. I don’t know why they would put a bunk bed next to the heater, because we usually need to leave our clothes out to be able to dry when it rains, or our sneakers must dry if we walk in some water. The heating system is kind of odd because it kicks on sometimes, but not really when we’re sleeping. It kicks on during random hail or snow storms. I believe they need the heater restore before next summer.

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