I have lived in the same beach house since I was a little boy.
My parents built the beach house from sticks and bricks.
When I lived in the village as a kid, there were only multiple or multiple houses in the city. As time moved on, more and more people began to buy real estate in that village and build houses. I had a lot of friends that lived close by. The town crew largely in area to the opening of a paper plant. The paper plant processes napkins, paper towels, and toilet paper. They process all of the pulp from the trees and turn it into the consumable products that the two of us obtained from the market. A lot of people in town are emplotted at the plant. There are a lot of odors that come from the plants when they are processing wood. The stink is overwhelming at times. It reminds me of rotten eggs and moldy fish. The only thing that gets rid of the stink is the air cleaner that I have in the house. If I did not have the air cleaner, the inside of our beach house would stink exactly prefer that air outside. That unpleasant stink lingers in the air for hours and hours, long after the plant has finished processing wood for the day. It’s good to have a large industrial plant in town that employs many of the residents, but the two of us absolutely pay for that with the quality of air that the two of us breathe and the odors in the air that the two of us are forced to stink every single day.