The Man can take care of "binness." With a smile, he arranges laundry pickup and delivery, water collection, mail delivery, and just about any other service someone might need on an island where fresh vegetables and supplies come in once a week by a rusting hulk of a boat called the Miss Raziman; the internet cafe has two computers; there's only one road; and everyone takes siestas between 12 and 2. Here's how he helped our friends Derek and Beryl on Rotuma, a Contest 43. Their generator was dead. Cause unknown. Derek asked Mr. Bush if there was a good mechanic in town, and Mr. Bush arranged for a man named Bing to come out to the boat and take a look. Bing brought with him his sons Benjamin and Barnaby. While Derek and Beryl watched, the collection of Bush, Bing, Barnaby, and Benjamin diagnosed a burnt bearing. They took the entire kit and caboodle ashore and had a replacement bearing flown from Cartagena to San Andres and then shipped to Providencia. Then "B, B, & B" (sin Bush) installed the bearing, built a new steel holding frame for the generator, glassed it over, bench-tested their work at home, returned it to the boat, reinstalled and retested it there, and charged Derek only $185. Receipts are unheard of here, so we don't know Mr. Bush's middleman markup. But the work was excellent, the price was cheap, and Mr. Bush made it happen. A local expression here is:_ "Ojo con los serruchos."_ It's a phase Bernadette brought back to the boat one day from her Spanish teacher, and it means: watch out for the little pieces that get sawed off!