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Fiona
Transit Authority
Level 6: 1156 points
Last Logged In: June 14th, 2016
TEAM: Reenactors TEAM: IOW0 BART Psychogeographical Association Rank 5: Transit Authority The University of Aesthematics Rank 2: Dealer Biome Rank 2: Ecologist Chrononautic Exxon Rank 1: Clockwatcher Society For Nihilistic Intent And Disruptive Efforts Rank 1: Anti

Transit Authority Fiona

Comfort the disturbed
Disturb the comfortable


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02 Steps.jpg
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33 Highly suspicious.jpg
Taddaaah...
27 We also passed this.jpg
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07 Wreck.jpg

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posted by Fiona on February 17th, 2012 9:32 AM

No, you have simply made them more interesting.

posted by Fiona on December 4th, 2009 11:59 AM

Apparantly there were monkeys nearby, I have it on good authority. Don't know why though.

posted by Fiona on December 4th, 2009 11:48 AM

Firstly, the tunnel we found on the first day and photographed through a small hole in the brick; me and Majyk went back there a month or two later after tracking down someone who had accessed them before and begging for a hint of how to get in. We had to go into some woods and find a random pit filled with barbed wire and rotten wood and crap. After climbing down into it we had to excavate one corner and slide down a slimy vertical hole, bending in half a few feet down to slide through a narrow horizontal slot into pitch blackness. It was REALLY scary. I couldn't have done it if Magyk hadn't been brave enough to go first. We got covered in ook. Inside there was a tunnel and a few rooms. I think it used to hold a big machine of some kind and we had come in through the old coal chute. I almost crapped myself when a lost bunny ran over my foot in the dark. Thought it was a giant rat! Not generally affraid of rats but up close in an enclosed space they are not my favourite! Was happy to see daylight again! Had trouble squeezing back out. My boyfriend (now ex!) valiantly stood by and offered to send Magyks girlfriend down to help me. Sadly, I was not carrying my camera that day.
The second thing is that one of the engineers who headed the project at the rocket testing site has written an autobiography, and I am publishing it, doing the layouts and stuff. Wonder if there will be any interesting nuggets in there.

posted by Fiona on October 3rd, 2009 9:11 AM

Yay for you!

posted by Fiona on June 18th, 2009 2:34 AM

Like a lot.