Captain’s Log: Stardate 10288.7
Last weekend, Ensign Patty piloted the Enterprise alone in the 2nd Annual Boatless Regatta. As the name of the race suggests, the ship wasn’t actually there, which turned out to be a good thing as she officially “sunk” not long into the regatta. Perhaps a sign of what would happen if Ensign Patty was alone on the ship.

The rest of the crew appeared to be going about their normal off-season routine. The most notable of absences was Lt. Laura who was involved in an undercover mission involving a known Romulan (as Jory pointed out, these Romulans move fast – however I believe it was the other way around and poor Ronnie never knew what hit him.) It’s beginning to look like Laura’s days in Star Fleet are numbered.

The USS Eagle won the race (as I said, it was a boatless regatta) and the highlight of the day was Scott, who was able to get five women, including Ensign Patty, onto his little dinghy. (You can insert your own joke here. There’s just way too many to choose from.)

Elsewhere in the sector, our very own Lt. Kurt has proved once again that there’s more to him than meets the eye – he and his wife are expecting a second life form. Unfortunately, but expected for quite a while, Kurt’s employment is now in question. If you happen to know of someone looking for an experienced ace programmer who can go through more lines of code than Neo hacking The Matrix, please let me know (I’m referring to the character. I don’t think Keanu Reeves could hack his way out of a paper bag with a machete.)

Hopefully, the crew, or at least most of them, will band together next month for our awards dinner and an advanced preview screening of the final Next Generation film Star Trek: Nemesis for which I’m trying to secure tickets for.