The other day I stopped by Jacob's dad's place to have a look at the evolution of our "Sankara Stone" to the final rocket. After carting the fiberglass almond around he eventually found a place that could form the rocket without costing us an arm and a leg. The only obstacle was the low melting point of fiberglass (at least according to the plastic experts), which was corrected by a
Updated 11-04-2011 at 12:08 PM by The Road To Pixar
I know it's late/early but I promise we'll have a much more in depth post by the weekend.
A few days ago we had a quick BBQ to celebrate the conclusion of our Indiegogo campaign. Tyler G and I were up all night shooting out info on the project via twitter and facebook.
It has been quite the roller coaster of emotions the past few days, after a quick look over of the engine it seems that the over heating from the other day is an easy fix. The engine needs few bottles of fluid here and there which will all be fixed next week when we take it in to a professional.
On the flip side my 1TB hard drive has gone kaput, it will connect and detect files but it will eject after thirty seconds with a hearty click from the drive itself. Along with the drive
Updated 09-19-2011 at 03:11 PM by The Road To Pixar (trouble with pictures)
Yesterday was quite the adventure and it started before lunchtime, when longtime associate David Corrigan stopped by to shop for some dapper clothes as well as to have a look at the truck . To sum David up in as few words as possible (as he'd like it) you could say that he is the Geof Manthorne to my Duff Goldman,
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