It was the end of August 2016 and I had just finished finishing my first day of welding at my job in Melbourne.
I’d been working with a small group of metal polish artists who were working on their own brand of inner transition metal.
They were also using a metal port for their own metal carsport.
I didn’t see them as any kind of threat, because I knew they had been doing their own thing for quite some time.
I’m sure it would have been easy to dismiss them as another group of tinkerers.
But I’d never heard of them.
They seemed to be a new, and very small, type of carport company that was taking on a huge challenge.
What I saw and heard in the shop reminded me a lot of my experience working at a carport factory, a few years back, where we were asked to come up with ideas and create a car for a competition.
There’s something to be said for taking a big risk, especially when the stakes are as high as mine were.
And, as I looked at my metal port I noticed that it was a metal with a little bit of metal in it.
I knew this was a challenge, but I also knew that if we worked on this metal port it would be my own metal carport.
This was my first exposure to inner transition carports.
They had already been doing this for a couple of years by that point, but in the process of making this carport I was going to be making it, and I was really proud of it.
This carport is going to take on a lot more responsibility than just the carport it is.
It’s going to create a lot less noise and pollution, and it’s going, in my opinion, to be an integral part of the Australian economy for decades to come.
I’ve worked with a lot carports over the years, but this one was unique because it was the first I’d seen it.
Its design was a big part of its charm, and its purpose was to create something that would actually work.
But, at the same time, the metal port was so new, I wasn’t sure how well it was going.
I was very excited to see what was going on, but as I went in there I didn´t see much to do.
I couldn´t hear anything.
I had to trust the people in the workshop, and to work with them to find out what was happening.
I started to ask questions.
The people in charge of the metalport were really keen to know what was really going on with this metal.
After a couple hours, I asked one of the people there what was the reason for this sudden lack of activity.
She explained that they had decided to start the metal carports with a metal piece that was completely different from the one we had been using for some time, and that the new metal was going into the car, and they were going to have to do a lot to fix it.
She also explained that it wasn´t going to just be an internal port, and we were going have to change the inside of the car to suit this new metal.
I wanted to hear what they had to say, so I asked again, and this time I got the same answer: it was too early to know, and the problem wasn´ t going to get better.
I asked if they could come up a plan of action and see what would be the best solution to this problem.
They explained that the metal would be welded together and it would need to be removed from the car in the first place, so they needed to wait until it was complete before they could put it in.
They wanted to be sure that we understood that, and said that they wanted to do all of this with no noise, no pollution, no problems.
They said that we needed to be really careful to make sure that the work was done properly, and were planning on keeping all the safety equipment in place to ensure the car wasn´s safe.
They then went on to tell me that they were building this metal to be used in their carsport, and had made sure that all the necessary safety measures were in place.
But they had just decided to remove the metal piece from the metal vehicle, and needed to find someone to weld it back on.
And they wanted me to make it all right.
So I made a list of things to be careful about, and then went into the metal and weld room and did my best to get everything to be as good as I could.
When I got in, I found the metal was being welded in such a way that it could potentially create a hole in the metal.
It was obviously not a good thing to do, but they had no plans of getting it repaired or replacing it. They didn´ t want to hear that I was worried about it.
So they just told me to just wait and see. I