Generally, when I want something in life, I use what I have, and make it work. Cautiously understanding my short-sighted mistakes of the past, with the right team and organic elements, understand its importance, in achieving the goal. Needless to say, I was offered a chance to use this vessel formally known as the ‘Honey Badger’, sourced from team consultant Chris Martin, to make it work, after the Vancouver Maritime Museum, offered permission. The ‘as is’ opportunity, allows me the chance to live in the now, pushing forward with my efforts, while offsetting the need for another form of revenue, by finding a work barter option. It is truly an old school method that I was only able to source, from fellow river angel, Capt Otto. While it is still important to still understand that not every person you offer this proposal to, operates on trade, I am grateful and thankful, Tri-Parish Fiberglass could make it work. It’s a healthy way to give purpose to the daily work grind.