Sunday, August 3, 2008

Day 6 (Testing in Atlanta)

I would just like to thank Arthur Blank (owner of the Falcons) and the city of Atlanta for having a dome on their football field. Because if we were working outside in this heat and humidity, we would literally be three puddles. We thought it was hot and humid in Nashville, Atlanta’s even worse. The testing today went by a lot faster. I think it was a combination of being more efficient and not having to fight fatigue from the heat. Fortunately, everything is going great and we haven’t encountered any difficulties with the testing devices or the facilities themselves. Everyone has been extremely helpful and accommodating.

After tomorrow’s drive from Atlanta, GA to New Orleans, LA (8 hour drive), we’ll finally have a day off and a chance to relax for a day. This is much needed. We’ve basically been going non-stop since we left on Sunday. We’ve either been driving or testing or a combination of them both, so a day off will be great. New Orleans will be an especially good place to have a day off since it’s known for its rich culture, great food and numerous activities available in the area.

(I will post the pictures associate with today later. For some reason I'm having trouble uploading the photos.)

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