I must say that, as an engineer, as a woman, and as a crew member of the Argo, I can only hope that my children, that I don’t have just yet, will look half as beautiful as the carports Melbourne that we have installed right now. What beauty in such solid form. It’s amazing to see them in the light of the blue sun around Walstrom. It’s amazing to see them in the light of the yellow sun around Westorn, or the red sun of Cherves., It’s beauty knows no bounds, and I love them more than life itself. That’s just my opinion though, you might not like them though. I can't imagine why though these carports are the best thing to happen to the argo since we found her, and there have been a lot of things that have happened. I mean, we got hit by space pirates, we saw the great Hub near Montier, we found termites in the chambers, and we got attacked by birds, as well as trees. We met people in Harfnal, and in Goden. We saw the sights of the galaxy,and we lived to tell about it. Still, all I can do right now is stop and stare at the small little verandahs Melbourne that we have for the jeeps, the minders and the mammoth. We decided to get them when we got the vehicles themselves. it was in need, and due for a long time coming. We needed a new fleet for months now, and the captain said that we finally had enough in the kitty to get it. I was so excited that I talked to Josie and Thomas right away, about setting a course for Lower Cty, in Rohedra. That was where we’d find the best deal; it was where we got the Argo. The decking Melbourne people made sure that we also had ourselves covered for the carport, when we needed to call about it.