I already go to Aruba every year for two weeks.
One of my best technicians is from Puerto Rico. We are already talking about doing a fastlane -type trip to the Carribean. Believe me I was not kidding about Florida winters..... I work in the elements; which means 95 degree heat and 90% humidity. It also means 30-40 degree days with wrenches that are in the 20's from over night. Our building has heaters in it but we only ran them once. We have ten 14x14 roll-up doors that stay open. Not much chance of keeping heat or air inside the shop area.
Bosch Master, ASE Master, L1
33 years MB technician