Jason made the idea of standing up to a military vessel seem feasible. Heather filled in Shana about the ship and its more exotic parts. Jason and Head talked about armament. Motor and Dawson talked about moving the operation to Minnesota. Motor said that Dawson should talk to Jason. Jason tells Dawson he wants to take The Flying Machine immediately and leave for three weeks. Dawson is willing to extend it by three days in exchange for his remote assistance to keep the project going.
Today’s word count: 3 456 - 2 702 = 754 words
- Show how Shana knew Motor and Heather were a new couple
- Reduce overuse of the word "power"
Total word count: 3 456 + 60 228 + 83 897 = 147 581 words
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