(enjoy the great outdoors)
It’s a very natural thing, to use a hot tub. Just ask these guys.
There’s something magical about the relaxing sights and sounds of the outdoors, and a hot tub invites you to experience it more often.
My wife and I enjoy watching the leaves turn in autumn and seeing snowflakes fall around us in the winter while we cozily soak in the tub. And we love to star-gaze on clear summer nights. The fresh air is invigorating.
My wife and I like hearing the daytime birds singing (she has a phone app that can identify the species by listening), and at night we often hear coyotes yapping and owls hooting.
My wife is a bird watcher. She does things at our place to attract different species during different times of the year. She’s hung a hummingbird feeder next to the hot tub. Birds and squirrels seem to come closer when only our heads are poking out of the water.
Of course, you don’t need a hot tub to be outdoors, but being in a hot tub is way nicer than sitting on chairs.