It was almost dinnertime, so Xu Qiu rolled her sleeves and went to the kitchen to prepare food.
Because she was unworried about the cubs, Xu Qiu went outside and warned them once more: “Be careful when you play in the snow, don’t freeze yourself.”
Jin Xingxing smiled at the little foxes and said, “Don’t worry, I’ll take care of them.”
Xu Qiu greeted the robot assistant, saying that the pickled cabbage was ready to eat some time ago.
They could eat a steaming hot pot of sauerkraut today.
Xu Qiu asked the robot to dig a few stones from the mountains because they didn’t have such a large pot of ceramics.
Most of them are connected. She tells the robot to use the chisel to cut a big piece out of the whole stone, drill a big hole in the middle, and then make the earthen jar.
The robot could create not only earthen jars but also large and small stone pots, stone pestles, and stone mills.
The stone pot is used to make bibimbap, the stone mill to grind the beans, the stone pestle for various seasonings, and the system produces some herbs.
The stones have been washed with water several times to ensure they are clean and easy to use.
At this point, the cubs in the yard screamed.
“Look, look, look over there. The sky’s on fire!”
Xu Qiu dashed out of her work area. Sure enough, a fiery meteor appeared dozens of kilometres in the sky and then crashed heavily into the ground.Read More
The foreign object was so far away from them that day, and when it fell, it vibrated as if the entire kindergarten was shaken.
Is it a meteorite from another planet? Is this thing radioactive?
Xu Qiu was already debating whether to request that the fully charged robots throw this thing away.
They now have some savings in their accounts, but it is inconvenient for Xu Qiu to go out. Next time, she could have Donald and the others bring a solar car for her to use.
They lack nothing here, and there is plenty of sun, sand, and stones.
In this manner, robot assistants can also travel further.
“Another round thing has fallen!”
Following the cubs’ exclamations, Xu Qiu raised her head. True, a familiar flame appeared in the sky this time, but it was much smaller than the previous time.
Because of the snow, the ice and snow began to melt quickly after the flame struck it.
The snow water gradually puts out these fires. After the flames died down, Xu Qiu realized what had fallen was the wreckage of two spaceships, not an extraterrestrial meteorite.
Like Donald and the others, one is large and the other is small.
Even if the wreckage catches fire, there should be plenty of usable items!
Xu Qiu became excited: “008, do you have a spaceship blueprint?”
Who hasn’t fantasized about driving a spaceship? The feeling of owning one’s spaceship is unique.
[Yes, yes, but you must first determine whether these materials are sufficient to build a low-level small spaceship.]
Spaceships, like shipwrecks, always seem to be associated with treasure.
Hua Lan told the story of the sunken ship’s treasure, especially when it was told around the hearth.
“Let’s go find the treasure!” exclaimed one of the cubs.
After the excitement had subsided, Yuan Jiu poured cold water on everyone, saying, “What are you looking for? We can’t get out of such a distant area.”
The electricity began to crackle around their collars as soon as they stepped outside. Isn’t that making things difficult for the principal?
Xu Qiu came out to speak at this point. She was quite enthusiastic about her job, but safety came first.
“Number 1, you all come here.”
Xu Qiu summoned the robots and then dispatched six robot assistants, three attacks, and three defences to assess the situation ahead.
“Evacuate quickly if you encounter danger. Your safety comes first.”
They developed feelings for each other after spending so much time with the robot assistants. They are afraid the chip will burn accidentally if there is no problem with broken arms and legs.
The robot assistants formed a temporary team: “We are ready.”
They advanced quickly under the watchful eyes of Xu Qiu and the cubs and soon reached the ruins closer to them.
Click, click, click.
The robots photographed the above scene and sent it to Xu Qiu’s kindergarten in real-time.
The cubs gathered around Xu Qiu and stuck their heads out to watch the scene as the little robot assistant went by.
“Wow, the burning is so powerful,” the cubs sighed in unison.
“It seems dark and dirty.”
“Does there seem to be treasure there?”
The two robots pointed their cameras at the massive wreckage of the spacecraft and began filming.
Inside the kindergarten, there is only a weak signal. Xu Qiu and the robot team are so far apart that they shouldn’t be able to receive anything, but they use a Bluetooth-like setting that allows them to transfer files even if there is no network.
Due to the relatively long distance, the signal is not very good, and the picture frequently has a delay and lag.
The spaceship’s wreckage was quickly dragged away, and what suddenly fell out startled the cubs: “What is this thing?”
Mu Zhi, who was particularly interested in biology classes, widened his eyes and exclaimed, “Looks like a dead mouse?!”
The cubs glanced at Bai Sa. After all, the existence of the white race in those popular sciences seems to be like eating mice.
“Look at what I’m doing. I won’t eat that thing,” the kitten said, his face cold and his eyes like a knife, as if he could stab someone to death.
“Don’t eat this filthy stuff.”
Shouldn’t there be any mice on the spaceship? How could the environment be so deplorable?
The mouse appears to be much larger than a normal mouse.
The little assistant No. 1 roughly opened the hatch, and a swarm of large mice rolled out.
The rest of the body was relatively intact, except the mouse next to the door, which burned more fiercely and resembled coke. At a glance, you can tell what species the other is.