A few days had passed and it seemed as if the crowds were starting to get restless. SpaceX had completed two static fire tests and the launch was becoming inevitable. Because of the private nature of the company though, no one knew for sure exactly when it was going to happen. Surly, there was a profusion of items on the checklist and all we could do was wait.
I personally had no objections to that though. Over the last week I had moved my mobile office right to Boca Chica and had become quite content working underneath the constant gaze of SN10.