Here’s the next episode of Space Opera.
Nolan and I arrived at the airlock, met by Deacon and two of his men, Caraway and Deneuve.
“I’m not believing those overgrown sea iguanas broke this ship,” Deacon said as we walked up.
“I’m a little skeptical myself,” I said, “but it needs to be checked out.”
“Shall I open the door?” Nolan asked.
I turned to him. “Take a look with the nearest camera first.”
“Just did, Captain,” he replied. I nodded, and he muttered a command into his PA. The inside door opened, and water rushed into the hall at us.
“Open the outside door!” Deacon shouted.
Nolan did that, causing most of the water to roll outside the ship. We took in the green vista of the hills above the valley, the air smelling sweet after breathing recycled air for hours.
Deacon spoke into his PA. “Cleaning robots on the way, Captain. They’ll suck up this…
View original post 3,401 more words