It's been a week since the disaster. Cameron only has one try at contacting her partner, and Viv said she isn't worth the risk of rushing it.
Rebuilding continues apace; the flophouses are no longer seeing spillover, and the temple bunks are gradually emptying. Some of that is people offering guest rooms, of course, but they've also been prioritizing group housing for rebuilding.
A few people have taken to "fishing" in the skypool, as the (well) has come to be called, during their downtime; they've managed to produce or retrieve several curiosities of the sort that might be saleable to traveling merchants, and one or two genuinely useful items. No one has yet managed to reproduce the accident that turned a brass candlestick to solid gold.
Tegan herself has been... well, falling back on her usual habits, pretty much. Which means working just enough to pay for necessities, and spending the rest of her time looking for cool stuff. She tried skyfishing a couple times, before leaving it to others; went back to the original crash site (it had been obliterated in the skyfall and aftermath); collected all the information she could get on others' skyfishing artifacts, in hopes of finding patterns or potentially interesting interactions, again without success.
She hasn't seen Cameron, but people are talking like she's still contributing to the rebuilding, so she hasn't just disappeared on them somehow.
It's tempting to go looking for Cameron, but Sally gave her a talking-to about ~letting people have their space~, which is obviously stupid – you don't just not do anything when there's a lead – but she's sufficiently susceptible to social pressure to keep putting it off for another week or so. At least a few days. Probably. Definitely. Yes.