I’m telling you; it looks like a burned tree it’s so big. Taller than either of us. Tell me, what is something like this doing on a sheep farm? I’m calling all over, but you wouldn’t believe––
I know it. Had one on my land too, a few months back. Turns out it’s just part of a Dragon.
You know, you’ve been out here awhile. I know how things can get sometimes with no one to talk to. You sure you’re feeling alright? Maybe you should think about––
Space dragon. You know. One of those rich boy rockets.
Oh. He named it space dragon?
Just dragon. Space dragon is my distinction.
Well. How many more dragon parts do we suppose are going to be dropping out of the sky?
This makes three I know about, so far. So, it’s anybody’s guess.
So, are they coming to get it?
I don’t doubt they’ll want it. But seeing as it landed in my field, I said they can decide what its worth to them and make me an offer.
What did they say?
Said they’d get back to me. Next I heard, they were giving a press conference about the next launch.
We can only imagine.
Inspired by this New York Times article about debris from the Space X program landing on an Australian sheep farm. The debris is believed to be one of several Dragon spacecraft used during a mission to the International Space Station in May of last year.