Franz Meersdonk und Günther Willers aka RDF are back on the road. The speedometer obviously tweaked, turned up and back on track. On the way Tramper Simon Sunset got on board, et voila: made himself comfortable in the back cabin. Left a bunch of wood back there.
They drove the Semi right into the sawmill and took care of the rough pre-cut themselves. Cutter Lowtec supported the two street heroes with all he’s got, or rather, he actually applied his own cutting-machine-operation. Simon Sunset’s wood cuttings were molded by a bunch of saws, slicers, and files.
And for a final fine-tuning Herb LF came running out of the canteen. And lo and behold, the machines spit out three beautifully stable pieces of wood with the finest texture- pattern captured in a stable frame of bark. So good was the material to begin with that nothing was left over for old, stinky bark MULCH.
Slowly getting out of the dark forest, and directly onto the stony road. Fanz & Guenther got their Synthy-equipment on their laps, steering wheel between their legs. Ready to go!
B1 Simon Sunset Blackwire (RDF RMX)
Nice to cruise at 110 on the speedometer at night. Looking for a radio channel that plays fine electro-pop-wave classics.
B2 Ron Deacon (Lowtec rmx)
Guenther’s sitting at the wheel, Franz is snoring in the truck cabin. It’s early morning. We’re headed for the best rest stop known. Hey Franz, get up! Ron gives a round of hot coffee and Lowtec produces sandwiches – all ready to go.”
Approach & Good Wood