The majority of the preparations have been made. In a few short days, I will be extracted from my current position. I will then move slowly to the South and East looking for a new boundary. If it is there, where I expect it to be, then this will give me more reason to believe that this gridform is more extensive than I once believed. It will give me proof that the gridform is constantly enfolding, adjusting, recalibrating, and looping.

Because of this research voyage, I will not communicate here for the next 12-14 days.

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