As I stood beneath Take Two and surveyed the destruction around me, I happened to glance up, and my gaze fell upon the underside of our trusty dinghy, our waterborne SUV. Frankly, it’s been carrying around a little bit of Marathon for about two years now. Everybody else takes their dinghy to the beach every once in a while and flips it over for a good scrubbing. Ours is a bit too large for flipping over on the beach, and I’m a bit too lazy for scrubbing underwater. But standing underneath it I realized that if I just lowered it a little bit, I’d be at the perfect height to give it that good scrubbing. Without flipping it over. Without being underwater. And the boatyard was the perfect place to use some nasty chemicals that you’re not supposed to get in your eyes. So that’s what I did. And now the dinghy is much cleaner. And so are my eyes.
The barrier coating has begun!