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I haven't settled in too badly here and I'm not just saying that to make myself feel better.
And also not because you get used to everything.
I like both sunrises, I like our settlement
and I even like the Aviors.
Stupid name, but they actually call themselves
so, the Delta Tradux Translator is quite correct there.
Of course, Avior is an absolutely uninhabitable double
star and only moons 4 and 5 are reasonably comfortable.
And yes, it's true - I almost feel at home here on 5.
Not really at home - but still.
And only sometimes I feel a bit homesick -
Longing for woods, for example, for meadows, for
Mist, hay, flowers or green mountains. And for
other earthly goods.
And it is for these moments that I have Grey Flannel.
Some of you might call the top note at first
perhaps a little gruff, but believe me,
630 light years from Earth, you smell this
It quickly grabs me, the grassy, tart potpourri,
around a very perky and dewy violet
note note rankt like beloved weeds hiding concrete.
A little lavender rises to my nose, calls
Provence memories on the plan and drives me
maybe once briefly a tear in the eyes.
Already it is wiped away again. Nonsense, just no
Gradually, everything becomes softer, slightly powdery and
Iris-muted, a bit of sage and maybe some
Narcissus are still in the game, rich green forest moss
seems to lie beneath everything, springy and reality
A green-fresh earth wind that is woody-balsamic and
almost a little tonka-sweet blows, slowly and patiently,
like the echo of a fairy tale in our dreams.
A walk in the woods in our minds, while a few hundred
Yards away, purple borse swamps waft.
(No, they're not really dangerous.)
And some more comes to mind - a large,
cool, airy flower shop, for example, with its
its own unique fragrance and flair. One in which you can
A little carnation for your buttonhole.
And of course a perfectly tailored suit, not
not necessarily Neapolitan, but more British. But
yet softer and more casually tailored, so more
Anderson & Sheppard than Henry Poole.
So in short - for me such a kind of calling card
of our good old Earth, as I have it roughly in
So already a little distorted and transfigured.
But simply beautiful and of its own magic.
Sure, as old-fashioned as the earth seems when
for 14 months in a G-127 ship.. in a G-127 ship for 14 months And not by choice. Well, if we had been a little bit more serious 25 years ago climate change a little bit more seriously,
maybe more than 10% of the Earth would still be.. would still be inhabitable. And all the moving would not have been necessary would not have been necessary. But what the hell.
You wonder what I'll do when the bottle is empty?
Well, by now there are no stars in the constellation of Ship's Keel
nor in the Horsehead Nebula, nor in any other galaxy
of this part of our beautiful universe even one
remote corner that is not supplied by Amazon.
Unfortunately, however, there are no other sources either -
but that's what everyone seems to have put up with.
Kids, I think I'm getting a little too
contemplative. I think I have to go out and talk to some nice
Talk to some nice Aviors about their vacation on Gliese 5.. play a round of golf quod. I'm already
quite good, level 7 about, if you let me a little
a little bit of cheating, and that's what the Aviors are good at,
i mean in cheating-ignoring.
We humans can do quite well, can't we?