2017-11-20 (M) Charged: DesertIrish

If you're not familiar with this book, read this otherwise you'll just be reading spoilers below.

Vani brought everyone to South America to see the ship in construction. They started off with some banter about the flight core charging which caused things to fall slightly slower than normal. Flo tested this by jumping off a tree but said that it felt like someone was holding her guts while she fell.

Dawson walked around the ship in awe. Vani lead him inside and explained about the construction being done with Charges and made a point about talking about the air conditioners, her idea. Dawson marveled at the construction. Dawson instantly recognized the area created as the bridge.


Today’s word count: 1065 words
Total word count: 227 333 + 1065 = 228 398 words

Today's recording time: 0 minutes
Total recorded timed: 14:50

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