With temperatures rising into triple digits, many are trying to find ways to keep cool...but here's one job that might help you to appreciate a heat wave.
Mark Duffus has the coolest job in town...in fact, it's downright freezing...
"It's about 10 below."
Duffus works at 'Antarctica', the largest freezer in Klamath Falls, which is owned by Desert Lake Technologies.
"We are one of the algae companies in town." Explains Gregg Ayers. "We harvest algae, and make a health food supplement out of the algae."
Duffus adds that fish food and brine shrimp are also stored in the freezers...
"And we keep it cold because we have this aquaculture and algae in here."
Duffus says his fingers get cold first, and then his toes...
"And then when you're riding around on the forklift, it's your cheeks."
Working daily in a cold environment can also pose some visual challenges for Duffus...
"When you're loading a truck - you're driving back and forth with a forklift, and you go outside, and your glasses fog up."
But all in all, a huge freezer can feel pretty good on a hot summer day.
"It's nice to be here in the summertime." Says Duffus.
"Summer's not bad." Adds Ayers. "In the wintertime, you don't have a place to get warmed up once you have to get out of this room...that's the bad thing."