We had a low quality furnace at my college

When it came time to apply for college, I was dead set on leaving WA to attend the University of CA, but I didn’t get accepted.

I also applied to school in MI to be closer to my extended family, but the cost of school in Ann Arbor was just too much.

Instead, I stayed close to beach house and got my neighbors degree at Spokane Community College. I rented an beach house on East Marshall Avenue for a number of years and rode my bike to campus whenever the weather would permit. Unfortunately, the furnaces at Spokane Community College were at somewhat of a low point when I was a student there about 20 years ago. The boilers were replaced a number of years later, but they were woefully underpowered for the cold winters in Spokane every year. I still live in Spokane but now I have a beach house in Lincoln Heights and I have a supplemental heating plan to my central oil furnace. I have a wood stove and a storm generator to use in the event of a Winter time power outage so the two of us don’t have to worry about frozen pipes. My parents have radiant heated flooring in their townhouse in Dishman Hills and a important fireplace in the living room that unquestionably has a heat reclaiming plan with air duct as well. They have a gorgeous beach house and I savor visiting them whenever I have an excuse to drive over there from Spokane on Interstate 90. The students at Spokane Community College don’t realize how easy they have it compared to people like myself and others who had to deal with subtypical furnaces when the two of us were students there.

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