Quarters: Neidell

Posted May 18, 2019, 1:06 p.m. by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) (BJ Janzen)

Posted by Ensign Alison Kane (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Alison Kane (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Alison Kane (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Alison Kane (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Alison Kane (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Alison Kane (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell

Posted by Ensign Spartacus Neidell (Science Officer) in Quarters: Neidell
Spartacus woke up from a restful night. He was still getting used to being onboard. He was more used to being on a planet surface digging. But, now he was ship based.
With a yawn he got breakfast of pancakes and sausage. It was always good to start his day with food.

Neidell
bump for the serval.

Alison stood at the door to Neidell’s quarters. She held a small box in her hand. It contained a small gift for the archeologist. She rang the chime, and waited to be allowed in.

Kane, sci

Spartacus hadn’t even finished breakfast. ~Who could that be?~he thought. But, he would be polite. “Enter.”

Neidell Sci

Alison entered as the doors parted and looked around the room for a moment before addressing the Scientist “I just wanted to welcome you to the Mannhatten. I have seen you around the labs, but haven’t had the chance to introduce my self.” She stopped a moment as she realized that she hadn’t even introduce herself. “Alison Kane”

Kane, science

“Spartacus Neidell.” He had seen her around. But, it had been hard to get any time to get to know anyone around here. “You had anything to eat yet? I just started.”

Neidell Sci.

bump

She held out the the gift she had brought for him “a welcoming gift” he would find a small amber stone inside. What made the stone special was the fossil that was inside. She had been on vacation on a remote planet and had stumbled upon it. Truth be told she had tripped over it as if someone had wanted her to find it.

Kane, sci

Spartacus didn’t know what to say. This was an unexpected gift. “Thank you.” He would look at it later. It was interesting. “You hungry?”

Neidell Sci

bump

“A little bit. I was on the way to get breakfast, but wanted to bring that by before I did.” Kane said looking around the scientist’s quarters before stepping up next to him.

Kane, sci

Spartacus didn’t have much around his quarters. He was still kinda unpacking. He didn’t have much that he could keep. “I was having pancakes and sausage. What would you like?”

Neidell Sci.

bumps

“That sounds good” she said “with extra syrup please”

Kane, science

Spartacus got up. He went to the replicator and brought back a plate. “Here you are. Pancakes extra syrup and sausage.” He sat back down. “You must enjoy plants. What is it about them that you enjoy?”

Neidell Sci

bump

“Thank you” she said as she let the aroma of the meal attack her senses. “I have always been fascinated by plants and flowers. The scent, the beauty of them, and how no matter where you go you never see the same plant twice. They are all different.” She said as she took a bite of her breakfast “what about you? What made you want to become an archaeologist? “

Kane, scientist

He hadn’t thought about that question for a long time. “There’s something amazing about looking for something; seeing an object that hasn’t been used for centuries. Learning how they lived; what they ate; that’s what it’s about.”

Neidell Sci


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