So far the Orca is still alive, and I’m still living happily out of my wormhole. PI is all set up on 3 characters, and I’ve set it to a 2 day schedule so that I don’t have to constantly tend to it. So far that seems to be working for me just fine. I do have to say, the amount of materials you get outside of high sec is astounding. The planets are bustling, for a much higher risk, of course.

My suitcase life has settled into a comfortable routine, that I hope to expand on as the days go by. I log in, scan down any new signatures while frantically checking the space for anyone new. Some days there’s someone meandering around but most days (when I’m around at least) it has been empty. I do a few gas runs (ninja huffing, I just huff until the rats show up and then I leave) and I started doing some mining. Exploration is still my preferred activity.

Pictured above is one of the neat Wormlife Freeports that someone mentioned to me on Mastodon. I took a little break and docked up, and just spent some quiet time looking at eve.

I find life in the WH very relaxing. The ‘out of sight, out of mind’ saying holds true here, because I can’t see people on local my anxiety is quite lessened. That doesn’t mean there is no one around, I’ll probably wear a hole in my keyboard from mashing the V key (d-scan) repeatedly while I’m out and about, but I’m not flying anything I can’t afford to lose – minus that Orca, who stays stealthed or logged off 99% of the time. I’ve made a habit not to venture to the bookmark location unless I absolutely have to swap out a ship or drop something off.

I’ve been using Pathfinder to map my routes each day, and for finding my ‘safe’ way back to high sec to drop off PI components. I’m only making P0 and P1 at the moment, normally I’d do P2/P3 on a factory planet, but I wasn’t sure if I wanted to, quite yet. Keeping it simple seems to be working.

What adventures will come next? I have no idea. We’ll just have to see!

Fly your way. o7

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