We believe the freezing the Good Doctor had administered him last Thursday had finally worn off half through out yesterday, that and driving in a small cramped vehicle probably topped things off as well.
This morning? Our driver, John, headed out to cover Rob's shift, while I covered John's here in Wiarton today. By 10 am I was dropping Rob off to the Wiarton Hospital's Emergency Department. Rob was not able to get an Ultra Sound until 2 pm. Neither Ultra Sound or X-Ray showed anything, so I picked him up shortly after 2 pm to transport him to Owen Sound Hospital where they were waiting for his arrival to get a Cat Scan done (the machine is obviously fixed again, and hopefully so for my 3rd schedule appt. next Monday).
While leaving Rob, I headed out to Springmount to pickup a parcel that had been heading to Owen Sound. This way our driver had more time to turn around to head back to Saugeen Shores rather then take up more time going through Owen Sound's downtown core in traffic. I delivered the package. By the time I was done Rob had been done and ready to go back to the Wiarton Hospital.
When Rob got to see the Doctor again the good news was it was something not life threatening, but the bad news was that he had some badly torn muscles in his left side.