Live Life To The Fullest

Recently I was fortunate enough to run into some money. Instead of leaving my common sense behind for an amphetamine-charged escapade to the seediest parts of Las Vegas, I decided to bring the vacation to my home instead by looking into a hot tub.

Even though I’d been inside of hot tubs before, buying one for myself was brand new territory. I knew that swimming pools should be checked on for chlorine every now and then, but how should I guarantee the safety of a hot tub? I began looking for the best hot tubs Stockton CA had to offer. The hot tub dealer assured me that I wouldn’t have to worry about my hot tub boiling me alive like a Maine lobster as long as I kept the temperature within a steady range of 100 to 104 degrees; any higher than that would be less like relaxation and closer to ascetic hot water torture.

The hot tub dealer also let me know that the best way for me to use the hot tub was in a fashion that wouldn’t create a huge spike in my energy bill. In order to keep my hot tub’s energy expenditure at a manageable level, I was told to always keep an eye on the standby power it consumes.

I mentioned that I planned on mostly using the hot tub for the purpose of hydrotherapy (a nice way to communicating that I was going to soak in it plastered on red wine after work 5 times a week), and so I was given a rundown of different kinds of jets made for treating different medical conditions. My only real “medical condition” is currently a pathological addition to corny romantic movies, so I settled for just getting the standard whirlpool features.

I was asked where I planned on actually putting the hot tub, and after resisting the urge to just say “anywhere that I can roll over into it”, I told the hot tub dealer that I planned on keeping it in the backyard. Since the area that I live in can get pretty chilly towards the end of the year, I was told that it would be best to get a tub that can retain its heat well. I am happy to say that since buying the tub, not only has it retained its heat splendidly, but it’s also done a splendid job of retaining my sanity.