My original QAV250 has been put out to pasture. It's got good kit on it and flies well but I have been flying the Tweaker 180 most of all. My favourite flight of all time was with the Tweaker 180 on the beach at Folkestone. I still grin remembering it. It's nothing fancy but just good old fashioned fun.
Please ignore this for now. Wanting to use it to give info to builders/architects.
Rob and Kate Lang are looking for an architect to design and project manage:
- Rebuild of the garage into a home office.
- Use the roof of home office as a roof garden.
- A lean-to or conservatory in the alleyway at the back of the house.
- Replace the fence adjoining us and #10 (our fence)
Fancied writing down a sort of diary type malarkey, so here it goes.
Ah bruv, she's gorgeous.
said an early 20s Asian gentleman in Mr Cod when I was picking up chips the other night. Naomi was in a sling, a sort of chest rucksack where the baby faces the same direction as you, turning me into a Power Loader from Aliens. I thanked him and gave credit to Kate.
I've just crossed a bit of a landmark with my Icar novel. I've hit 100,000 words this lunchtime. Rather impressed with myself.
It's not finished and needs boiling down a lot but I'm rather pleased so I thought I'd share. Yay!
So I needed to pop back to Outcrop Cottage to pick up some decorative resources I needed for the Vertislum. When I was building the Outcrop Cottage, it was in the middle of the Lack-Of rail project and although I needed somewhere safe to sleep I felt like I couldn't mess too much with the surrounding landscape else I'd start smoothing off all the map error discontinuities and that's how time disappears.
EMW likes building stuff in Creative while I'm not paying attention. Sometimes it's when I'm elsewhere in the world (the Steve Statue in the village), sometimes it appears over a weekend right on top of me (the evil sheep farm).
Like resolutions but with a firm admittance that I'm not really in the business of tracking my own progress on anything. I can only do what I can. So these are all things I would like to do, some are personal, some are for the family. I want to do more socialising but at the moment it's so hard to plan or think about what that might take. I'd love to get back into roleplaying face to face. I do like Roll20 but it doesn't beat face to face.
Having a holiday and paternity leave has been good for bits and bobs projects. It's all about making life a little easier when moving around inside the wall. I've taken to keeping an in-game log of what needs to be moved where using a book and quill. For each location I write what it needs and before I travel there, I check the book. If I see something that needs fixing then I add it to the book. To be honest, writing it down in the first place has helped me remember.
At 0311 on the 21st of December 2016 Kate woke me up by going to the loo. Pregnant women visiting the toilet 4 times a night isn't remarkable, so I stirred but stayed curled up under in thick PJs and three times the covers that ordinary people do. The side effect of human baking is that you generate your own heat like a geothermal vent and the heating has been pretty much off for months. Pregnant women fitted with a heat exchange unit is a viable renewable energy source.
Kate sounded urgent when she returned.
"That's my waters breaking."
I've been surveying/roof fixing around the village and had stopped by Rob's tower and saw the snow scattered around looking scruffy. So I borrowed some cobble and tidied it up!
That's all to report. I've mostly been pottering around and making more enchanted weapons. I need to experiment with our map to see if I can figure out why it's going to the wrong world when you go through the End Portal. I think it might be something to do with world numbering and our old nether is numbered "wrong".