This is colonial civil engineer Miranda Garcia. We ran the numbers over and over, but it just doesn’t make sense to build by the gate. It’s going to be an annoyance to shuttle back and forth like this, but the alternate spot has too many advantages. With the constant, one-directional wind, the cliff face is going to be a big boon, and you can never be too close to water. The workers are already starting to convert some of the beach for more stability, and then we can start making more permanent structures. I’m glad we’ve got enough power along for constant light, it’s about to be dark for a long time.