You wouldn’t believe the number of things a manager of a theme park has to consider. All sorts of facilities, electric power, even things down to the happiness for the people that come into the park along with the satisfaction of their own workers. That’s why I like to keep a tight ship, and delegate responsibilities to the ones that can handle them. Only, when a member of your team that’s supposed to make sure the HVAC is still running elopes with the member of your team which is supposed to keep the lights on, things start devolving within weeks. These two members are nowhere to be seen, and the summer rush will mean that real electricity is supposed to visit to the real heating and cooling system to verify the members of our workers, as well as the theme-park-goers, are as comfortable as they can. It seems that I have to take these HVAC matters into my own hands. The staff is all preparing their stations with the masses to traverse, and all have reported well along the board. The only problem was along with the two major stations, HVAC and electricity that was required to get fixed. Since the workers who would normally be there jumped ship, I had to pick up the slack. It was found that the air conditioning wasn’t working due to an electrical malfunction. Thankfully, the HVAC provider was all-encompassing in its company, and all could be repaired in time for park-goers to have fun. I think that, even the tribulations are likely just starting, it’s going to be a superb summer after all.