BirdTricks Blog | Parrot Training — air conditioning
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I live in Austin, TX. Since the onset of June, the temperatures have been over 100 degrees nearly continuously. Three quarters of the year here is spent in A/C, and less than 1/4 of the year requires the use of heating. My favorite times are those rare days when neither the heat nor the A/C is necessary, the windows are open, and the fresh air is blowing in on a balmy breeze. If I am ever going to play hooky from work, it will be on one of these ...
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