Following a simple map.
Ask and it will be given to you.
Thus far we've managed to resource facilities for our space project without having to give up our adventure lifestyle. Design, science and programming online, stalking mountain libraries or out of rented places.
Tech Shop in Silicon Valley for all the machines we need. High power rocket launches all over the country.
One troublesome thing remained. Where to test fire our engines?
Seek and you will find.
Following a simple map, "watch out for potholes on dirt road, turn right at locked gate," we arrived our facility. A bunch of containers and concrete bunkers far out in the desert, busy with rocket enthusiasts, liquid oxygen towed behind trucks, and veterans from all walks of life drawing pintles on paper scraps.
Hearing our accent a guy soon strolled over to let us know about ITAR (US regulations on the export and import of defense related articles and services). "No worries," we assured him. "Old accent, new Americans."
"Think of us as the new Wernher von Braun," Tom said.
"Without the Nazi thing," I added.
Home, at last.