At 12:30 I found out that I would be taking my favorite machine and walking all over the course. I wish my pump had a panic button for times like this. I think the panic showed in my face because I was asked if I would be able to run the machine. I quickly smiled and said "of course why wouldn't I be able too?" I quickly grabbed two 16oz bottles of orange juice a bunch of glucose tabs and went on my way. After the first hill I mowed my blood sugar was down to 65, I quickly pounded an orange juice and then waited a few minutes before proceeding on my adventure. As I was walking a coworker passed me on a cart and I gave him my other juice to put towards the end of my walk. The glucose tabs could carry me for the next hour. I was lucky that I guessed correctly, my blood sugar stayed around 70 as I got to the last hole that I needed to mow. I pounded the juice and went on to kick the hills butt as you can see in the photo below.
I would arrive back at the barn around 3pm and quickly tested, my blood sugar was at 93, somehow everything worked and I had no problems. I learned a very valuable lesson however, it never hurts to ask. Never assume you know what will happen next.