ALL GOOD PROJECTS MUST COME TO AN END

We were finished, and so was the tent that we used for shade.

Half of a project is getting things set up, and the other half is collecting the data. An additional half is getting things packed up to come back to the IRIS/PASSCAL Instrument Center in Socorro.



What a difference a day makes.

Each of the Texans had to be sorted back into its specified transcase.

About 90 shipping boxes, and 4000 pounds of stuff were required to support this project.

We filled about 75% of the floor of this semi, two layers deep with shipping containers. Thank goodness for FedEx Freight!

You just couldn't complain about the facilities with views like this.

A collection of random pictures, which I need to add better descriptions to (if you were there you'll know what they are), can be found here.

THE END

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ANATOMY OF AN EXPERIMENT
HOW TO DO A SEISMOLOGY EXPERIMENT
600 HEAD OF TEXANS
MORE FUN AND GAMES
ALL GOOD PROJECTS MUST COME TO AN END

2018-03-06