We Have Liftoff . . . Again!
Huzzah! It has become quite apparent that new skin makes vehicles work. I woke up this morning and the answer came to me. At first, due to the fact that it was morning and mornings aren’t meant for thinking, let alone answering questions, I dismissed it. But as I became somewhat more coherent, I realized that the answer was to the question of how to make the moon space ship work.
It was at that point that I realized: I am spending entirely too much time in world. After forcing myself up, I slowly sauntered down the stairs, made a cup of tea, sat down at the computer, whatever that is, and made the change. Eureka, it worked! It became immediately apparent that I was successful as the chair finally told me that I was seated and the other chairs didn’t tell me that I just stood up. Stupid chairs!
I headed over to WSW to replace the version perched precariously upon the rooftop with the new, improved (read functional) version and took it for a ride. As the vessel slowly came to a stop at the planned apogee of 1250m, I smiled a devilish grin. Well, I didn’t actually smile as my face doesn’t actually move, but I smiled on the inside none the less. Check this out:
Now I just have to finish the sky-jump lift in time for the weekend. After all, Canada Day would simply not be the same without falling from a perfectly stable platform in the sky only to cheat death due to the help of a little bit of cloth. Perhaps I should have fireworks on Sunday evening along with rides in either the rocket or on the sky-jump lift. Any takers? Is it too late to plan for a last-minute party to celebrate the 140th year of the founding of my nation? Oh, how could I ask such a question. This is Caledon and it is NEVER too late to have a party.