Hi, I'm Tyler I'm 17 years old and am currently taking a physics and a pre-calc course in HS (Senior year). I'm interested in engineering but I don't think I could stand to be trapped in a cubicle/desk job for the rest of my life, so I was interested in what fields of engineering are mostly outdoors or go outside occasionaly for whatever reason. I know mining engineering is very outdoorsy as is petroleum engineering but what besides those two fields. I am a big fan of nature, all things fast, robots (all things sci-fi for that matter), electricity, explosions (hence mining seems interesting), among other things. Material engineering seemed interesting from a video I saw bout it but I don't know how often you'd leave the workplace. So from that list I'm mostly considering mechanical, mining, material, and possibly electrical (I'm pretty good at math for the most part A's and B's). So if all of you out there wouldn't mind helping me in this this little conundrum of which engineering field might fit me the best or be outside occasionally that would be greatly appreciated. P.S. I'm not great in Chem but I could work on it some.