It took us awhile to figure out how to transport him, since of course we wanted him to move as little as possible. We got him strapped in on the back of the gator, and then Rho and I rode behind to help hold him. The rugged trail made it impossible to keep him perfectly still, but thankfully he seemed relatively comfortable and hardly cried out at all.
When we got to the hospital, we ran into another dilemma cause the hospital wouldn't accept him there, but long story short, they finally put him on an ambulance for us and sent him to a bigger hospital. After that we met up with Donny and the crew (Julien and Janelle Hege, their cousin Joel, Darwin, Paul Lapp, and Hans Hertzler) and traveled together back home.
We've had a lot of good full days like that this week! Yay for a lower-key Saturday! :) Rho just came in and said two laboring women showed up at the clinic, so that'll likely key up our afternoon a little! We were just discussing yesterday how long it's been since we've had a birth, wondering when we're going to get one of those knocks in the middle of the night, so we're happy they're coming so early on a Saturday...:)