Yes, I said limp. Lisa badly stubbed her toe yesterday, to the extent that she might have broken it, or at least badly sprained it. It's a good thing the trailer is small; it makes it less difficult to hobble around and get to things. She's keeping the foot wrapped up, which helps ease the pain. We hope things get better by tomorrow, when we're supposed to be heading to Seaside for the weekend. If her foot is not better today, we'll have to put off taking her Vanagon to the dealership for repairs, since we need to both be able to drive. (The plan was for me to follow her in and then bring her home.)
As it happens, we do have a wheelchair here -- her mother needed it in her last days -- and we can take it to Seaside with us if necessary. Indeed, yesterday when we went shopping for groceries in Stayton, Lisa decided, after unsuccessfully using a shopping cart as a walker, to use one of the electric buggies that the store has, although she said she felt funny doing so. But of course a wheelchair and sandy beaches, not to mention playing pinball, are not compatible activities.