Asteroid Belt Amble
Ten pilots brave enough to endure the radiation of the Daystar's solar winds gathered and prepped for a lazy mission of high enjoyment. We set out first for the Allston system via the Harvard Constellation, to inspect the future snax venue of Luna Star Market, a mere block from the location of Ft. Antwerp. Along the river it was noticed that the hub on Pale Horse was bucking so fiercely a bonafide cowboy would tremble at the thought of riding it.
With the fleet having acquired snax, it was a quick stop at the Ft. Antwerp location to show more pilots our future home, before a leisurely jaunt a few blocks to The Grove, where our future neighbors, CommonWheels Bike Collective, had a pop-up bike repair station. There we found the tools needed to fix the hub on Pale Horse and we were able to mingle and make new friends. (Thanks to BaneThunderwolf for meeting some of our soon to be neighbors the night before and knowing of the pop-up.) With both Habit and Lordmcfuzz giving Pale Horse a passing grade, the fleet was off again to find the leisurely shores of the Charles River.
The fleet progressed apace despite needing to amble amongst the food at a number of transport crossings before seeking shelter at the webbing structure of Luna Lechmere Mall for a much needed respite. Many bodies were dodged, many wormholes were saturated, quite a few photos and videos were taken, but the joy of the fleet upon reaching home was greater than all.
A relaxed pace where everyone donned radiation protective cream was had, and we stopped for snacks before ambling amongst heavily trafficked wormholes where good vibes were passed to civilians, so mission leader Punchy declared a mission success. A medal of Patronage was awarded to Ziqqurat for learning and piloting Summer on short notice.