<< T R A N S M I S S I O N >> 24 JULY 2017
<< YOUR MISSION:
ARRIVE AT 1960 BRYANT STREET FOR TRAINING ON MONDAY MORNING. IF QUESTIONED, USE THE COVER STORY THAT YOU ARE JUST A KID ATTENDING A "TINKERING DAY CAMP" WHERE YOU BUILD BIG STUFF TOGETHER. WE DO NOT EXPECT THAT YOUR MOTIVES WILL BE QUESTIONED. AFTER ORIENTATION, FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING YOUR MISSION WILL BE DISCLOSED. PHOTOS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO YOUR FAMILY AND THE PUBLIC GIVING THE IMPRESSION THAT YOU ARE, IN FACT, ATTENDING A TINKERING DAY CAMP. BRING FOOD, WEAR CLOSE-TOED SHOES. MORE TO FOLLOW. >>
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Hello Families and Friends of Tinkering School!
Another completely normal week of Tinkering Day Camp has begun! Today tinkerers did only pretty mundane activities. They learned to use drills, clamps and the chop saw (ho-hum) and made agreements about how to treat each other and made friends (yawn). It was a pretty average day at tinkering camp. Nothing out of the ordinary happened. Tinkerers were given the somewhat bland challenge of building some large structures out of wood together. The structures that they are building are merely decorative pieces and don't have an alternative function or purpose. There is really nothing to see here. Truly. We promise. Nothing suspicious about this week...
[Scroll, click or tap to see this slideshow of hum-drum photos from a quiet day]