Last time, Mari arranged a weekend activity with everyone in the club. Also, it seems that Mira is having trouble coming up with ideas for a report.
At last, the geology club starts their weekend activity. While the girls had a grill out, Moe brought some bread. Believe it or not, her family owns and runs a bread shop. It’s quite interesting since this reminds me of a certain older sister type of character that is skilled at cooking. The funny thing is that Mira calls her Moe-Moe, which she finds embarrassing. Either way, the girls liked the bread she brought. As always, Moe obsesses over how cute Mai is and she wants to buy the photos off Mari.
With that, Mikake teaches Mira how to identify different kind of rocks. The funny thing is that Mira was about to pick up dog poop, but thankfully she stopped her. Also, Ao joins in with the rock collecting fun. The funny thing is that Mira gets carried away with putting the rocks in the bag that she couldn’t pick it up. She ends up getting disappointed and dumping all of them. Honestly, she didn’t have to do that and could of ask for help, right?
Eventually, the sun went down and the girls see the dark skies through a telescope. While the girls can’t see Mars since the telescope isn’t powerful enough, they manage to see Juipiter. Also, they talked about conciliations shaped as their horoscope signs.
While the rest of the girls had fun, Ao revealed to Mira why she never saw her again up until now. Apparently, she moved far away after that day despite wanting to see her again. She also hopes to discover an asteroid someday despite most of them being discovered already. Mira pledges that she will do her best to catch up to her. The funny thing is that Ao believes that Mira is in the lead, pulling her along. It’s not too surprising given her cheerful personality.
In the second half, the girls work on the first newsletter titled Kirara. They decide on their topics, but Mira is struggling. She asks her older sister, Misa for advice, but she falls asleep. Mira gets upset when Misa says her topic is too generic. Misa lays on a couch after upsetting her younger sister.
Thankfully, Moe have her some advice of Mira taking a change of pace. Mira draws the gods and goddesses after the planets. Mira got the idea to do a comic instead. It took a while, but Mira manages to get her part complete.
In the end, Mari printed out the newsletter, but she didn’t think it will be that popular. Yep, Misa is trying to make up with her little sister by advertising it. It became crazy popular that a lot of students want to read it. They celebrate by going to a hot spring. I find it amusing how the two old ladies talk about their club advisor, Yuki. I guess she frequents the place for many years and the ladies are happy to see her students. Still, it’s nice for Mira to bring Yuki back a souvenir, even if she didn’t expect it at first.