We found out one more thing about Ann's donor today. She is international and comes from a country across the international date line. We know this not because we were snooping around, but because we found out today that there is going to be a slight delay in the transplant.
It was scheduled to take place Friday afternoon sometime, but now has been moved to Saturday morning to allow for transport. One of the staff here explained that it sometimes takes a little bit longer for cells coming from overseas. So putting two and two together and using a bit of math, it narrows down the country the flight is coming from.
Because all of them have flight times over 18 hours to the US the ETA of the marrow would be somewhere around 1:00 AM Friday. Assuming that the cells are on the plane by roughly midnight our time. Because the doctors and nurses are at home and sleeping it makes sense that the transplant will wait until the first thing the next morning.