I don’t want to camp in Albuquerque

My boyfriend is an outdoorsman and a big fan of camping, fishing, hiking and hunting.

Living in Albuquerque, we have access to lots of really beautiful hiking and biking trails.

There are over two million acres of public land, two national parks and five national forests. There are lots of places where anyone can camp for free. My boyfriend loves to pack up a tent, sleeping bag and various equipment and spend several days living off the land. He doesn’t mind sleeping on the ground, bathing in icy streams and cooking over an open flame. He always wants me to accompany him on his excursions. Although I can appreciate the beauty of the landscape and enjoy getting out in the fresh air, I prefer to go home at the end of the day. The weather in Albuquerque is often quite severe. We can expect temperatures in the nineties during the summer months. The winters are extremely cold and snowy, with temperature dropping down into the twenties. There is rarely a time when it’s enjoyable to sleep outdoors. I’ve invested quite a bit of money into keeping my home perfectly comfortable no matter what the weather brings. I have a state-of-the-art furnace, top-of-the-line air conditioner and whole-home humidifier. I like having access to a smart thermostat, running water, a gas oven and refrigerator. I work hard to pay for amenities such as a coffee maker, queen-sized bed, internet and television. I have no desire to sleep in a tent, suffer the weather and deal with bugs. When I have free time to take a vacation, I prefer a five-star hotel with room service.


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