Ha, reminds me of that Dr. Seuss book with the Zax. A highway was built over the top of them because they refused to budge from their line.
The starlink-6 bunch has split into two dense groups. The original group has basically the same timing as before, but 19 of the sats have been raised about 20km (perigee) and as a result are falling behind the main group. Both groups are very compact and worth trying to see. The second group will be 15-20 mins behind the first as of Monday and will continue to fall further behind.
Even though both groups are still in the same orbital plane they will cross different parts of the sky due to the rotation of the earth between the two passes. One or the other (or both) might be favorable, so check the predicts for both so you'll know where to look.
Group1 is 39 sats, 0-5s between sats
Group2 is 19 sats, 5-10s between sats
Here are the predicts for the leader sats in each group for Truckee:starlink-6, group1 leaderstarlink-6, group2 leader
There's a relatively low pass of group2 tonight, Sun Apr 26 at 8:50 PM PDT in the NNE. Will pass below Polaris.
Good passes of group1 on both Mon and Tues nights, 27th/28th. On Monday the group will cross directly over Polaris, and on Tues very close to the crescent moon in Gemini.
Looks like you'll have great weather. The forecast is lousy for us in the NE. You may be our only hope, Obi-Wan...