ryuuzaki: (talking - from above)
"RYUUZAKI" (L - Death Note) ([personal profile] ryuuzaki) wrote in [community profile] ataraxionlogs2015-10-30 12:14 am

[CLOSED] I know I need a small vacation, but it don't look like rain

CHARACTERS: L ([personal profile] ryuuzaki) and Rey ([profile] circumitis)
LOCATION: In the trees. Backdated to a day or two after the stampede.
WARNINGS: Nothing exciting!
SUMMARY: Hey, environment! Stop breaking stuff.

The wind and rain had gone on for days, hampering the placement of network nodes.

As it cleared, it became obvious that at least one of the ones which had just been situated would require maintenance, and before L or anyone else had had a chance to tackle it, the stampede had happened, making the placement even more precarious.

L stands at the foot of a tree, peering upward. Rey is high above him, attempting to secure a small platform in the branches, with a router and a solar panel secured to that. When they'd come out to look at it, it had been dangling from a limb far over their heads.

He tries to stand away from where he thinks things will land if they come crashing down -- routers, Rey, and all. It would be a ridiculous way to die, he thinks, but an absurd, ignominious death is what he's beginning to expect. He would just prefer that when it comes, it's far in the future, and not through his own stupidity.

Hands cupped around his mouth, he calls up, "Does it look salvageable?"

If it needs work, she'll have to bring it down, and if it's beyond his abilities to repair, they'll have to take it back to camp where someone with more electronics expertise can address the issue.

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