Army of Robots
Navigator's Log, Stardate 170624
Well it's my first day on the job, and I haven't lost the fleet yet! The Admiral has confidence in me, and Lordmcfuzz has been assigned to back me up should I need any assistance, so I'm feeling pretty good about this new position.
I brought us around the Harvard Constellation and up to Davis for some ice cream molecule and questionably savory snack consumption (string cheese and bananas?). Mcfuzz and I disappointed Leotard by waiting in line only to get sorbet, but we thought it was worth it. On Admiral's orders and with plenty of backseat navigating, I brought us through the wormhole past Alewife then up through Arlington and onto the Nebula Immersion Port where we are currently stationed.
We ran into some knowledgeable civilians who are familiar with our fleet and some pilots. Most pilots have dumped the spacesuits to hop in the Nebula, and Acehole and Leotard are talking about dirt diapers? Acehole asserts that they don't smell bad when it's you're kid, Leotard thinks that's because they smell like you (... the kid, or the diapers?).
The shore leave has been great and relaxing. With such posi summer weather and high morale, F.A. Skunk wants to ride the momentum, so I'll confer with Lordmcfuzz to figure out where bring us next.
Navigator's Log, Supplemental
I have successfully brought the fleet down to the MemDrive PlayGym by the Charles Asteroid Belt and back to the fort!
(Ended up flying to the Teele Constellation after a momentary misjudgment of direction... ok, for a second I got lost, but I recovered pretty well, and the fleet handled the flight down Alewife Brooke Parkway like total pro's.)
A few of us had a silly fun time playing on the exercise equipment, and then perilous used his height to great effect in order to climb a massive tree. I believe a hammock was used as impromptu climbing gear.
Sidekick had sadly burned up just after launch, but she sent Acehole back to the fleet with her delicious homemade chocolate protein truffles! Even in her absence she managed to bring smiles to our faces.
Overall very posi mission and great first experience in the navigator's seat-- thanks to the support of my copilots and friends. I look forward to flying many more summer missions with them.