Do I ever do it right? Am I always wrong? I have pretty much had it with the damn things. No matter which inflatable boat type you buy, they always come with a repair kit. What does that say about the quality and durability of inflatable boats?
I close on an aluminum tender next week. The best name I heard of for a hard dinghy was from Razzle Dazzle: "Indeflatable" (see British naval history).
Oh yeah, we had the big hurricane. It barely nudged far enough east to wreak havoc somewhere else. For every guy that said "the bullet missed me by inches" there was the guy that can't say anything.