Both Hauke’s and Kya’s hair had been completely mussed up. They stared down at the vent between them and then at each other.
“Did we make this work?” Hauke asked, both nervous and enthralled.
Kya blinked slowly. “Well, we don’t look like idiots for nothing now.”
He laughed, standing up and staring at the ancient site. “We’ll get it to work! I knew it! They said- forget what they said! Finally!”
While he enthusiastically rejoiced in their success, Kya pushed her hair out of her eyes. The rest of it still went everywhere, but she didn’t care much about that. “Finally,” she agreed.
Deep down, the rumble of the old engine commenced.