Waiting for wind – this time in Spain

The measurements and tests I mentioned in my last post always take place on-site. Which is logical, as it is rather tiresome to move wind-farms to testing labs.

Last week, I was on-site in Spain. Which was cool. My Spanish is extremely bad, barely sufficient to order food in a restaurant. But the Spanish colleagues speak English and were quite helpful translating. So it was cool.

I felt like I felt so many times before already: Having to do something I before thought would be really cool doing and then not feel cool at all. You know. Like it was before going to university. “It’ll be so cool to be a student” I thought, and then I was at university and it was, like, normal.

But that’s the way it goes, I suppose. Anyway, I’m rather happy with my job.


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