<< BACK TO RELAY ONE LOG [Location] EGG-1: Stationary above Joon.UR8Xt [User] Floid Peach [Subject] EGG-1 QEC Lives Let's see if this works. Out here, local comms are a necessity. Dealing with the QEC is not something I've ever had any strong desire to maintain BUT Mary has been nostalgic for it lately so I surprised her with a new PL trunker to get the transceiver back online. We're part of a small community at our home base near Joon on Vandeese UR8Xt. Our ship EGG-1 is a cutter we've completely rebuilt over the last 15 years. It allows us to take even far out jobs. Remote home base with lots of travel. Best of both worlds. The Egg offers pretty much any service depending on our bandwidth. Cargo, research, small scale manufacturing, botany, whatever. There's a core of 4 on our team. I tend to run operations, Mary keeps us out of trouble and lines up most of our work, Dave is on mechanics and Lae does the heavy brainwork. Been on haitus for a few months after a big job in EEC6 so I'm immersed in my own projects. Found quite the gem on my last flea market tour and most of my off time has been poured into getting her up and running. Never seen anything like it. At first I thought it was just someone's completely dusted android but there's some seriously weird stuff going on under the hood. This kid was dumping the backlogue from his uncle's shop and I spotted her folded up like a pretzel under a mountain of junk. Dave helped me wring out the cobwebs and build a power supply. Memory seems wiped, but a cepheid scan indicates the matter has been all over the system. It's mostly been running through some kind of generic startup routines for the past few days. Already lots of fun to talk to though, and if I ever get the chassis rebuilt she'd probably be pretty handy on the ship running grunt work. She'll have her own access to the QEC to dump logs once these routines finish. Food's ready, gotta run.