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Air conditioning to cool the air

My brother enjoys going camping, and it’s one of his favorite things to do on his free weekends.

  • At times, he will go by himself, just so that he could have peace and quiet.

He has invited me a few times, but I am not a fan of primitive camping, although I love to camp in style in a cottage or even in an RV. My excuse to him was consistently about not having air conditioning while camping, however he has said that it’s not needed because the evenings are usually cool. I didn’t want to take the risk of being stuck in the woods in an uncomfortable tent, so I have consistently skipped out on his camping adventures. Well, recently he bought a portable a/c that he said can be used inside a tent. I was a bit skeptical about this because I haven’t heard good reviews about portable a/cs. Well, my brother assured me that the one he bought was the best on the market and he used it to cool his patio with no issue, which means it’s also good for other small spaces as well. This portable air conditioning uses water to cool, which is odd from the traditional a/cs on the market. According to my brother, it’s called an evaporative cooler or “swamp cooler. I have never heard of this kind of portable air conditioning, so of course I was skeptical about how it works. I told my brother to test it out on his next camping trip, and if it keeps the tent cool for the entire evening I might consider going camping with him then.

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