Operation
CanUDigby
Waltor and Diva took a ferry from BarHarbor system in Maine to Yarmouth system in a parallel universe of Galaxy NovaScotia. The ferry proved to be a brutal ride and visibility was impossible but they arrived in Yarmouth to the sound of bagpipes and started their voyage towards Digby.
They encountered some pretty serious G-well the first day and a little bit of navigational confusion but the local civilians were very friendly and stopped their transport to offer us direction. We stopped for rest briefly at Port Maitland beach. Here we left scul stickers in our wake and continued on through more G-Well. Waltor was concerned that they were not going to make thir first stop by dinner but as it turned out they were getting confused between light years and the unit of measurement for this other universe. About 1600 hours they arrived at their first sleeping accomodations called the CaptainsQuarters (Meaning we must have been hauling oats because we had left Yarmouth only 4.5 hours before). Arrgh, the CaptainsQuarters in the Metegan system was a lovely place to rest and a fellow civilian bicycle group shared some polite conversation over breakfast.

We took off around 1000 hours and contyinued North towards Digby stopping for some lemon ice at a general store and for some more fuel in the Weymouth System. It was at this fuel stop that we saw locals partake in an odd custom of mixing mayonaise molecules with their pizza molecules. Two hours later we arrived in Digby. The system was smaller than we had expected as we pretty much saw the whole thing in about 3 minutes. So we went through the town a few more times aned then headed to another ferry terminal for St. John's System of the NewBrunswick Galaxy. Waltor spotted a whale from the bow of the ferry. Upon arriving in St. John System we met up with Flasher who then brought us by transport back to our universe.
Pilot Ship Points Promotion
Diva Incineraider 1120.14  
waltor Singularity 1020.24  
Mission Task Pilot
Division: MAD
Date: 07/27/2004
Status: Success 
Origin: The Bar Harbor System
Destination: The St. John System
Light Years: 76.2
G-Well Activity: 3.1
Technical Rating: 1.7
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