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Okapanochie Operations Facility . Oka- Okapanokee- Okapanok---Okapanochie? Hard to pronounce.... . I don't know who, or how, I came up with "Okapanochie", but I can assure you, its a safe location. Spies would never be able to pronounce this location! And from this point forward, I'm going to abbreviate this place as "OK", okay? Good. Onwards. So, what was supposed to be a routine, sort-the-sloped-elements-so-you-can-build-a-bomber, turned into a bit more. Amazing what happens. Before you ask, yes, I was inspired by the great "Blast Off" by LukeClarenceVan. Boy this post has some long names attached to it.... The OK facility is a CS facility, convert from an abandoned American Missile Base in Missouri. This place has a high-powered array system that can broadcast orders up to 10 lightyears away. You can not escape work from OK! Also sorts of paraphernalia. Why are there so many hard to spell words in this post? Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Didn't even use a dictionary. Officially. The waterfall actually powers the entire station, including that 1000 watt microwave. Until some poor old spaceman tried to heat one of those TV dinners. He put it in for too long. Hence the third channel of water, there on the bottom..... I'm running out of things to say. So. Uh. Moving on. I tried to go for a color scheme using only a handful of colors. That's why I didn't bother with mist and spray from the waterfalls. Note to self: next time, build da spray..... Ah yes, the spacecraft from the first image, the C-15 M.A.S.T (multi-purpose Air and Space Transport). Very cool thing, if I do say so myself. Hmm, so there you go guys! Apologies for picture quality; I'm trying a new setup, and I didn't run any of the pictures through Photoshop (yet). Expect more Classic Space themed stuff in the coming days and weeks as well; and remember, its "i" after "e" except after "c". Thanks for watching!

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