When you're away from home it's complicated to play the real thing. But it would be a nice break from a day's work...
You don't have to tell me... I spent my first year of playing taking the sax with me as an electrical installer, it was played anywhere ranging from the van through empty warehouses all the way up to cars of hotel owners... The next job included business trips to Poland to do site surveys, practice locations included b&bs, trailers, forests etc... still remember armed security asking in a couple of places "what the f*** is this and why are you bringing it here"
... still sound rubbish though.
Oddly enough i found settling down at one address both the best and the worst thing - prior to lock down i could have a blast for a couple of hours knowing there isn't anyone to listen... These days i have a 2 hour window between end of work of the neighbors and beginning of my night shift.... I became really concious to the point of moving into current work accommodation (nursing home) and putting some of the money saved towards a sax partner, plan is to find some local connections that would allow me to use community halls etc in exchange for some cleaning or something in order to play my bare horn once in a while...