Rocket crashland

Rocket crashland

RasPutin and NaZelenskyy made the joint decision to pursue peace.

Following successful peace talks, they opted for a brief vacation. They searched for an escape vehicle, specifically a Russian rocket, but were met with disappointment as all rockets had been utilised during the war. Their only option was an old Soviet rocket, a relic from old stock. They took off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, the preferred launch facility for Russian rockets.

What added an intriguing twist to the story was that the sole rocket available to them was an old NASA SaturnV design from a bygone era, manufactured by SpaceX? This raised suspicions, but they blasted off successfully.

They embarked on their journey, only to crash-land after 9.5 hours of space flight in the Namib Desert, Namibia. The thunderous impact was heard by the Barkhan Dune Retreat and Rooi Dak Padstal late in the afternoon on Saturday, November 4, 2023, around 18:50 local time.

As Rasputin and NaZelenskyy emerged from the rocket, the Barkhan staff came to their aid, offering assistance and refuge.

The Cosmo’s are relaxed and happy, eagerly awaiting their Namibian citizenship.

On a daily basis, they savor Windhoek Draught, unequalled Namibian hospitality, and occasionally assist when we plow the fields with our our old tractor.

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