Your instinct when faced with an obstacle of any description is to power on regardless. And that is no bad thing, except on this occasion it might be better to hold still for a while. Look at what resources you might be draining by keeping on keeping on and what kind of obstacles could lie just around the corner. There is a reason why a situation has developed a major glitch or come to a complete dead end. The best advice could be to cut your losses while you explore alternatives and gain time in which to build up your resources. And even if you believe this advice does not apply to you, the next seven to ten days are something of a minefield. Tread carefully.
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