SteamQuake

Welcome to SteamQuake!

Welcome to the SteamQuake excavation! Discover a new world full of interesting artifacts and the fascinating documentation by our own Catherine Fury Kingston. The journey has just begun!

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Picnic in an iron giant

Monday, July 26, 2010 We have been allowed down in the cave again. The area past the kitchen has been cleared, but scaffolding remains over the area.  A bridge has been constructed over a gaping hole in the floor.  Pipes … Continue reading

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Sumetra?

Friday, July 23, 2010 Rogers spent two hours, at least, in a meeting with LaFontaine this morning.  I heard some of the shouting, where I sat in the kitchen, and it had to do with sharing information with the team … Continue reading

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Letters

Thursday, July 22, 2010 Rogers arrived this morning and Zeb took him down to the site. LaFontaine is so pompous, but I almost felt sorry for him the way Rogers dismissed everything he said.  Rogers just walked by him while … Continue reading

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Evacuation!

Wednesday, July 21, 2010 We were evacuated today.  It is a horrible mess down there. In hindsight, it is really our own fault.  At least, I should have known better.  LaFontaine would not help Zeb because stabilizing the cave is … Continue reading

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Fairies???

Tuesday, July 20, 2010 Yesterday may have been the most exhilarating and exhausting day of my life. Zeb and LaFontaine took me on a tour of the cave.  Strange to call a place like that a cave.  Sumetra Exploration Enterprises … Continue reading

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The Cave

Monday, July 19, 2012 Glory, it’s hot. There is no air conditioning in the farm house where we sleep, so when Zeb (Zebulon Dawson Creed, the other guy on the porch last night), said that we would be spending from … Continue reading

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Hello Lafontaine

Sunday, July 18, 2010 Rogers picked me up from Union Station in a late model, hearse of a Cadillac and drove north.   After an hour, we broke through the congestion of city and suburbia to rolling country-side dotted with farms … Continue reading

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Getting ready for a new adventure

Saturday, July 17, 2010 I packed everything for a week in two bags; one for clothes and one for books.  The dean was quite firm that I would not be allowed to return should this new appointment not work out.  … Continue reading

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Catherine Fury Kingston joins STEAM

July 16, 2010 At around 5 AM a magnitude 3.5 seismic event with an epicenter located halfway between Washington, DC and Frederick, MD shook the East Coast.  The earthquake in Maryland was all over the news in New York, though, … Continue reading

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