I’d adopted a dog last fall, and she wasn’t too used to strangers.
I am one of those people who tends to retreat when winter starts. Where I live, it is simply magical in the spring and summer, however it starts to die down when fall comes along. By winter, there’s barely any interest, and many people care about to stay indoors. The cold season temperatures are regularly on the news given how cold it gets. But, I must admit this is my home, and I care about it here. It’s just that I occasionally wish winters were shorter and summers longer. That way, we could work and be outside more, then last spring, I had to get things going before the visitors to the area started coming in. I own three cabins that I rent out from mid spring to early fall. Some people do come during winter, however not often. My first job during spring is cleaning, and also making sure the air conditioning is toiling in the cabins and my house. I’m about two miles from the cabins. The HVAC specialist comes and examines all those systems to make sure they are functional. During this season, I had him start with my property to ensure my cooling system would serve me during summer. I’d adopted a dog last fall, and she wasn’t too used to strangers. My dog was afraid of the HVAC specialist, and he ran to hide when I let the worker into the house. The tech understood, and went on with his inspection and repair while my dog watched him from the corner. I made sure to tape her because it was so cute to watch.