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That seems to be the way it is now with insurance companies. They never want to pay out more than they have to. Always read the fine print when you do get insurance to make sure that everything is covered.Sometimes you may have to pay a little bit more.
The sketch from Marky started me thinking.Looks like I'm going to build one.That will work on the regular workmate and the table top one too.Could do a couple of sizes of board depending on the size of the boats.
Where our group sails we also have a couple of swans in the water.If we stay away from them they do not get upset.As soon as we arrive to float our boats the ducks move away.Just waiting for the ice to clear so we can have our regular Tuesday mornings.
One way I have found was to put the wet items in a container of rice.I did that when my cell phone went into the water.I immediatly pulled out the battery and covered both with rice. The phone still works.I forgot to mention use uncooked rice.