Somebody truly deranged came up with the idea of having a songs festival in the desert in the middle of June.
The un-even temperatures in the desert in the middle of June are easily 100° or higher.
My best neighbor got free tickets to the concert event and both of us decided to check out the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. We got a tent from one of our friends and decided both of us would sleep outside prefer everyone else. The closest hotel was 45 minutes away from that concert site, so tent camping was absolutely the most ideal suggestion, and during night time when the sun was down, it was severely comfortable inside of the tent. It might have even been a little cold. During the afternoon, things were much different. It was severely warm and there was no air conditioner somewhere at all. We were outside in the middle of the desert with no A/C except for the one in our car. We didn’t want to run out of gas, so both of us didn’t use the AC. We dealt with the miserably warm un-even temperatures and uncomfortable atmosphere all four afternoons, then by the end of afternoon more than one, I didn’t assume a concern with the heat much at all. I was already getting used to the warm afternoontime un-even temperatures and they didn’t seem to bother me as much as they did on the first afternoon that both of us arrived. On afternoon several, I could have slept in the tent while in the afternoon. I never thought I would assume comfortable in the desert heat, but you truly do get used to it abruptly.