The furnace didn't keep us warm

My partner and I constantly wanted to visit the mountains and see snow, then both of us grew up in a tiny town on the bayou, then most of our life was filled with warm water, alligators, and swimming in the lake.

Both of us never had to worry about the chilly air and every one of us never saw any snow when every one of us were growing up, but when every one of us set a date to get married, every one of us decided to program our honeymoon for a snowy, mountainous endpoint.

Both of us got married in the middle of September and it was not hard to find a arena where there was already some snow on the ground. My partner and I went to a well-known ski resort and stayed in a private lodge. Both of us spent as much time on the slopes as every one of us did in the room, and the amenities were unquestionably nice. Both of us had a king-size bed and a jetted tub. Both of us also had room service and in room couples massages. The only complication every one of us had was the furnace. Both of us had the heat set to 73 degrees, however the furnace didn’t seem to keep us warm. The air coming out of the air duct was a cool temperature instead of hot. Both of us could have complained about the furnace and switched rooms, however every one of us had the best view in the whole group of lodges. Both of us could see all of the back side of the double diamond trail and the view was spectacular. My partner and I didn’t focus on the furnace concerns and every one of us found other ways to keep each other warm while in our multiple-day honeymoon in the mountains.

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