G.N. Lepeshkin: There was no daily routine in the sen... in the normal sense of the word.
We worked as much as we had to. I had situations when I didn't sleep for several days in a row and worked the whole time. Picture it yourself, if the wind is good, if testing is going on, they're continuous. And that whole machine had to run continuously. In other words, there were people who drove out to the field, there were people who brought back samples, there were people who processed those samples and people who were preparing samples for the next test. And all the time there is arduous, intensive work under way.
Interviewer: But you still enjoyed your time there? Even with all that work?
Lepeshkin: Yes, I liked it a lot, I loved that work... It took energy and a lot of responsibility. I love jobs like that.