You're all about brainstorming right now and your friends or coworkers should line up behind at least one of your nuttier schemes. Don't be shy about telling the whole world exactly what's on your mind!
When we bought the "Green Flash," it was missing some essentials, such as an engine, water and fuel tanks, headsail, bulkheads, galley, berths, etc. But there was a bewildering pile of dark blue canvas, plastic and screening stitched together with grommets and zippers along the edges, and lots of stainless steel tubing to be assembled into a dodger, or maybe two dodgers or a dodger and a bimini (a little dodger for the helm). For lubbers, a dodger is the tentlike canvas that gives you shade, without which you'd toast to a crisp your first day out. Today the Capt is on the patio trying to figure out what he can make of it. What caught my attention were the seams and zippers that need repairing. But all in all, it's well-constructed and useful, and means we can probably put off building a hard dodger for a few years.
The restless leg problem didn't return last night, and I began to think it's a sporadic situation. Maybe the secondary type. Anyway, I learned something new yesterday, a good workout for the little gray cells.