The issue with the public pool

Last summer I had joined the public swimming pool for me and my family.

We can not afford to have a pool in our home, and our kids like to go swimming, so we joined this pretty upscale public pool.

The difference between this public pool and many others was that it was indoors! This was a actually a great thing, because if we wanted to, we could go swimming in the winter if the mood came over any of us. But the bad thing was that in the heat of the summer when we would go swimming, it would get way too cold! This was because they had the commercial air conditioning system in the building cranked all the time. The thermostat had to have been set at 60 something. I swear I am telling the truth! You would feel great when you walked in from the hot sun, and you would feel great while hanging out in the big pool. But when you got out that air conditioning system would blast you and make you feel like you are freezing in some freezer! That was my only real complaint with the way they got this public pool set up. If they would just turn up the air conditioning on the thermostat a little bit, I think it would possibly be ok in the end. But they just really crank that commercial air conditioning unit of theirs. I know that commercial air conditioning units are typically more strong than your basic central heating and air conditioning system. So this may explain the freezing cold air issues we all end up with.

 

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