Well, I have a hard time reacting much to damaged boats and marinas when I see the devastation in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and a couple of other islands. I don't see a way out for those in Puerto Rico unless the help comes faster and in greater volume. Right now it's a survival of, perhaps not the fittest, but those with the least integrity in a fight over food, water, and fuel. There are so many terrified people. People with medical problems getting no care. It's the worst devastation ever to US Citizens and compared to the situation there Texas and Florida barely register. Those sent there to help are still on search and rescue and not really started on helping people recover. Unfortunately, that leaves a lot of people without medical care and a good part of 3.3 million in need of food and water. I feel so much sadness for them and feel so helpless to do anything for them. Now, I know our topics here are boats and marinas and they are important in many lives. Much of the Caribbean depends heavily on tourism and many jobs tied to yachting. And I do appreciate Fishtigua's humor too. Humor of those around me is what has helped me through all of this. We've had a three year old in our care the past week and she has no idea how much her playfulness has meant. Fortunately too, I have a wife who can always lift me up from these thoughts and we are going to escape all hurricane activity for a few days starting this weekend. I feel a bit guilty doing so when so many can't. However, right now there's nothing productive I can do and maybe by the time I refresh myself there will be.