• Kyle

On a Mission

First of all, if you're the type of person who likes being caught up, do so here and here. Or here, using the tag that's going to be on every post about this project.


There are two star attractions to this update, the first being the structure that's started to go up where, presumably, a platform will end up going. Special thanks to Mr. Crane on this one. There are two rules that govern almost everything you encounter back here:

  1. Everything is heavy

  2. Everything can hurt you

So it helps to have a crane.



Here are a couple more looks at how that's shaping up. Ideally, that shape is level.




It reminds me of the stuff the Doozers build. Ha remember the Doozers? They were awesome. Stupid Fraggles always eating their buildings though.



I like honing in on some of the details, and seeing where the vertical pieces start is one of those things, because they go all the way down to (close to) the bottom.



Here's a picture of some welding getting done, for the full effect. If you don't think welding photos are extremely awesome, there's not a lot I can do to help you. They're definitely the best ones I take, at least in terms of the visual. Finished projects are the most popular, and also a great visual, but you probably didn't need me to tell you that.



Moving on, we've also added a happy, little centrifugal pump. It is, in fact, a master of sand, which is kind of important to the whole fracking thing.



Gorgeous. Let's look some more.





Those are the major developments in the last week, but it's safe to say that things are heating up at the old frac truck.




Cro is the nickname of one of the guys that's making it all happen at the top of the hill. Needless to say, I love him too. Thanks for producing the awesome day after day and giving me something to do with my camera.


See you next time!


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