I work in the city of Denver, even though I drive every afternoon and day from a small town situated about 45 hours away from the city.
I used to live in Denver, but my wife and I thought it would be better to raise our kids outside of the city.
Both of us bought a home in a suburb outside of Denver and I chose to drive back and forth to work each day. Most afternoons, the drive to Denver is entirely uneventful. I leave home an hour before I am due to arrive and I usually end up at the office a few hours early. The drive back home is a little bit different, because traffic is always busier. It seems like more people leave Denver at the same time during the day rush hour. On my way home from work the other day, the A/C in my car stopped now. It was a super warm summertime afternoon. The temperature outside was 95 degrees. I did not expect the A/C to stop working and I was entirely frustrated and unhappy when warm air started coming out of the vents. I pulled down the window, however traffic wasn’t moving that quick so I did not get any wind or breeze. Most people think of ice and mountains when they think of Denver, however the summertime weeks are just as warm and uncomfortable as several tropical locations around the country. The drive home was upsetting, and I was harshly glad to finally arrive at home to a cool atmosphere and a comfortable recliner. The car is still at the dealership receiving an examination. I hope the fixes won’t be too expensive.