Åh nej, vad tråkigt! Hoppas det blir bra snabbt! :)
I'm guessing that makes you questionable for intevals tomorrow morning but Sunday at Combat Village is still on regardless of what your body gets up to as long as it doesn't put you in hospital. Any idea what time Sunday morning you'll want to head south? And, for that matter, return to DC? I'm sure the return will be early enough for their to be no problem making my flight to Ottawa but if it would be a lot earlier than that, I'll have to think what to do with myself for part of Sunday afternoon.
Tack Lisa! Just nu kan jag inte göra mycket mer än att ligga på golvet och klappa hunden som, som tur, ligger bredvid mig.
I will do my best to be mobile by Sunday, but I think we need a contingency plan. Would you be able to be my eyes and ears if I sketch some courses and send them your way?
If I am healthy, then the timing doesn't matter for me, and I could go whenever is convenient for you.
I'd obviously rather maintain the veil of ignorance about the courses but sure, if need be I can vet some control locations and/or check corridors you'd like to move people through for serious map problems/vegetation passability issues.
Assuming you are mobile by then, we should probably start reasonably early in the morning, maybe leave town around 8am. It doesn't look as though the number of hunter passes available each day is a serious limitation, going by how many were unused last Sunday we visited the base under the hunter terrain scouting rules, but better safe than sorry.
BTW, I'm intrigued by the suggestion of previously unimagined auditory course setting techniques implied by "eyes and ears". Sad that it was probably unintentional.
I hope this heals quickly. You'd been doing so well. Do you know the underlying cause of this?
Assuming they were traditional Christmasy decorations, it's all the fault of those damned pagans way back when.