We were summoned for a morning meeting to discuss some options in view of the unlikelihood of decent flying conditions returning until Sunday, at the earliest. The options presented were that we decamp to the Luling tow site east of San Antonio some five hours distant; that we make a one day shift of operations 50 miles northeastward to Hebbronville in the hopes that their weather might clear before Zapata’s does, and, finally, that we sit tight in Zapata until such time as good weather returns (Or until hell freezes over, whichever comes first). In the end, inertia prevailed and Davis, Mike, Gary and I will remain here. BJ is heading home to Denver (after last night having driven a round trip of 320 miles to La Pryor to pick up the expensive Garmin Rino locator that he had left in his lz the other day), while Robin and Paulo will head to Luling to fly tomorrow. Paulo needs to be in Dallas on Saturday and he is hoping to be able to fly a considerable part of that distance from Luling before driving the rest of he day.