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[Mar. 26th, 2010|02:28 pm]
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::paces between consoles in Titan's science lab, nibbling on thumb while mentally comparing readings::

::or trying...to be honest, clouds start to look alike after a while, even at the subatomic level::

::steals a look to other side of lab, the messier, not so well catalogued, filled with not so official projects one::

::strikes a bargain with self-fifteen minutes with the fun stuff then back to work, fifteen minutes off lunch break::

::takes a single step before jumping guiltily and nearly falling over own feet at sound of opening doors::

From: capt_will_riker
2010-03-26 10:12 pm (UTC)
::doesn't even try hiding bemusement::

Travelers have no go points?
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From: wesleyrcrusher
2010-03-26 10:38 pm (UTC)
It didn't make any sense to me either, but he was pretty adamant about avoiding the area. Seems he'd been there before, and spent a good long while before managing to leave. Kind of a Venus fly trap situation.

His hosts were perfectly genial, and actually operated on a higher plane themselves, but they were obstinate shut ins and scared to death of news about them getting out to the rest of the universe.

If he hadn't been a Traveler, with all the powers requisite, he probably wouldn't have managed to leave.

::looks up::

I wouldn't advise taking us there, if that's what you're asking.
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From: capt_will_riker
2010-03-26 11:35 pm (UTC)

I wasn't planning on it.

...this map isn't ours, it's one Voyager's crew may well be planning to use to get home.

We're supposed to step in if there's any trouble, but I've always been a believer in preventative action as well.

If possible I'll put in a word of warning and tell them to tweak their plans.
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From: wesleyrcrusher
2010-03-27 12:30 am (UTC)


That's a museum I'm glad I didn't know about at the time.

::indulges an old, lingering twinge of bitterness::

I might have been tempted to stop in.
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From: capt_will_riker
2010-03-27 12:32 am (UTC)
::tilts head in question, before revisiting a surprisingly buried memory of own::

Ah, Paris.
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From: wesleyrcrusher
2010-03-27 12:34 am (UTC)
::studiously reexamines map::

I guess.
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From: capt_will_riker
2010-03-27 12:36 am (UTC)
::curbs first instinct to empathize, putting paternal instruction into tone::

Ancient history, Lieutenant.

This is a humanitarian mission. See anything else we need to warn those people about?
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From: wesleyrcrusher
2010-03-27 12:49 am (UTC)
::nods acknowledgment of warning...what was it Mom used to say, anyhow, 'an eye for an eye and soon I'm tempted to join a traveling troupe'?::

That's the only place I'm familiar with.
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From: capt_will_riker
2010-03-27 01:30 am (UTC)
Better than nothing.

::turns for exit, pausing and looking back at afterthought::

Lieutenant Asil and Doctor Paris aren't cleared to hear about this yet.

::tilts head at another stray wisp of curiosity::

...how have you been hitting it off with the doctor?

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From: wesleyrcrusher
2010-03-27 01:32 am (UTC)
::looks up defensively::

She's a redhead, you think I'm dumb enough to go picking a fight with her?
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From: capt_will_riker
2010-03-27 01:35 am (UTC)

You've grown into a wise man, Mr. Crusher. A very wise man.

::makes note to heed the unsolicited advice, grinning despite self on way back into corridor::
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