That seems pretty darn fast. Im thinking of starting on Muir, then bivying on Heart, Grey Ledges, one night on the headwall, chickenhead, and top.
That being said, that plan is based on how fast I plan to move while soloing and climbing super (hopefully entirely) clean. If you are way solid and anticipate being able to move at a faster clip, let's talk.
By three days off, you mean that you have a five day weekend right? Any chance you could just take the whole week? ;)
the first thing for me that pops to mind is that doing the muir blast rather than the free blast will slow you up considerably, but that is personal preference i guess, and is beside the point anyway.
what i wanted to say was , for a while in my last couple years in the valley , i was having a hard time coordinating wall plans with people months or weeks in advance , but usually never had trouble finding partners in the valley , days in advance.
for the most part , i stopped bothering even trying to find partners from home, i just packed all my gear , showed up in the valley , and began humping loads to a wall of my choosing.
i would then start fixing lines solo on a route, with NO intention of soloing the route, but knowing that i would find a partner by blasting time.
i think it makes it that much easier to get your choice of good partners when you can say " i have three pitches fixed , and 22 liters of water at my high point "
when people hear that, they tend to get more excited to join you for a wall.
even if you only have a week or ten days in the valley, i guarantee this strategy will work !
don't know if you've found a partner yet, but if you havent, just go and fix pitches .