The water is often green from algae. That doesn't necessarily mean it's unhealthy or polluted though. And it is often the large fevers of cownose rays or groups of manatees that are the cause of muddy water. They can both stir up a lot of sediment from the bottom and manatees often pull sea grass out roots and all when they eat, which really stirs up a lot of mud.
A "fever of rays". TIL
Oh Stardew Valley!
Ohhh that reminds me of Stardew Valley, betcha that comment would get some karma. Better scan the other comments... I’m good... good... still good... DAMMIT!!
Ten times a day.
Prepare for this to be the new normal.
Love the shirt, want one just like it.
If I had this shirt, I'm pretty sure I'd notice something that could be optimized better within 5 minutes of the shirt being delivered. Then I think there's a better than even chance I'd throw the shirt out, fix the factory, and order a new shirt. Lather, rinse, repeat.
There's something wrong with me...
That's why I always set up PAX stations at each base/orefield/etc. Also you don't have to drive manually if your stations are a 5 min drive apart from each other. Live and learn :D
PAX? Personal access?
Yes! Actually saw that done by some player in his mega base so I stuck with it. I name them like "-PAX- Cooper Ore 1" so with the "-" in first space it shows up on the top of the list.
Ahh - I use "VIP Parking". Wordier, but it makes me feel like a somebody. :)
Isn't the setup costs for this astronomous in comparisson to normal smeltin setups with belts? You could probably start 5 or 6 normal mines from the costs of this one mine.
I like it. I’m always curious: is your creative vocabulary on purpose or by accident?
True, and I am saving up for and have my eye on a few new better commuter bikes. As for the cloths and stuff... I am only 24 and I need to look good because I already look like a student and a wrinkled shirt or pants would really hurt my "image." Tips and thoughts are more than welcome!
Buy good quality clothes, and learn to fold them neatly - you’d be surprised the condition they arrive in. Don’t try to stuff them in with a bunch of other things and they’ll be just fine. Keep your dress shoes at work if you can - shoes are bulky and heavy and you probably don’t need them at home. If possible, keep a clean pair of pants and a couple of shirts at work in case of emergency (it’s a good habit even if you’re not biking). As biking becomes routine, you’ll figure out the things you truly need, and the things you are just shuttling back and forth every day (mech emergency stuff does not fall into this category).