For those of you who're not familiar with the tension, exitement and the Big Lebowski moment that's in the air when a group of gearheads is trying to fire up something that's been asleep for a long time it's a bit hard to explain, but most of you who read this post know what I'm taking about.
The owner is sweating like niagra, someone are lending his or her hand to choke control. A couple of guys discuss start gas quality. Batteries of various standard and voltages are carried forward. Some are drinking coffee, others are drinking beer.
Another startup. When when a 92 year old wakes up after a long time in coma celebration is in the air. Magic made. Coming up: Test Drive
How about the Torpedo Back Rocket? Is it taking off? It's in the air, but does launch? Well, the corroded floor is long gone, the welding machine is cooling off and there's no more Fred Flintstone moment. We're now waiting for UPS to deliver rear seat in bad condition from a gentlemen in Missouri with wrecking on his mind. Will it fit? Nobody knows for sure, but we'll keep our beers cold and ready for celebration or comfort in a mourning moment. Like it or not, we'll keep you posted.
All fun and no work? Nope. Salt Slush support science. Pictured: Anders is building a device for Chalmers University of Technology and when Monday arrives we'll all stop playing and we'll be ready to share our knowhow about engine boosting and we'll provide boosting equippment that makes speed happen.
Because we've had our weekend fun and we're relieved and revitalised and focused.
Take our advice and choose fun over fear.