Garry is finally getting over his cold/flu, which is a huge relief. We've spent a lot of time coming up with a new, improved plan for going to Palawan, only to realize we had some major flaws in our plan. We planned out the weekend, then Kevin fell off his bike and hit his tailbone pretty hard. So, he can't sit down at the moment. School was going to be routine, but then... you get the picture! Maybe this afternoon we'll sit down and come up with a truly workable plan for the next few weeks.
Yesterday Brian called and said there was a possibility of going into one of our locations today. The missionaries are currently in town, so Brian needs an extra set of eyes to check things out before he lands. They were able to get in there this morning, and I'm waiting to hear how it went.
This week we also got our helicopter registration! Our helicopter pilot planning to balance the rotor when he gets the ELT installed, then he'll begin flying his ten hours to get his Philippine helicopter license. So, we are making progress on the helicopter. Our missionaries in Luzon will be thankful when it is fully operational and they can move back into their remote locations!