When I moved to Florida while in my early childhood, I had to get used to the hot summers whether I liked them or not. My friends wanted to play outdoors in June regardless of the temperatures or sun intensity. By the time I got to high college, I was used to the severe heat and the lack of real seasons throughout the year. However, I lived in a recognizably unforgiving temperature in the suburbs of Orlando. Both of us were far from the ocean and all of the swamps and trees retained the summer’s heat well into the evening hours. It was agitated, however it’s all I knew at the time. When I moved to Cocoa, Florida for a task last year, I was amazed at this gorgeous city. My apartment is within a block from the Indian River, and the bridge takes you over the river and onto the sizable key that contains the Kennedy Space Center. Another bridge across Banana River takes you to the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. I decided to spend my time at Kennedy Space Center 1 day while in a nasty summer time heat wave that affected Cocoa and the surrounding area. There are a lot of indoor attractions at the Space Center and their air conditioning is recognizably freezing compared to museums and stores on Merritt Island. Once the weather improves and I’m no longer a slave to air conditioning, I would enjoy to rent a kayak and explore the Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary via Sykes Creek. There are so several amazing sites to visit near Cocoa, FL regardless of the season and the temperatures outside.