What do they say about icebergs? Ninety percent of them are unseen, below the surface? Did Captain Edward John Smith have this information on that fateful night on the North Atlantic? Sometimes knowing the big picture in advance is quite helpful. Back a few years, we went room by room through our house renovating it. We replaced many of the old horsehair plaster walls with sheetrock. I got to hate drywall dust; it got everywhere. I did learn one of the great facts of life, however, in the process. Most things in life take twice the time, if you want the job done right. I'd look at a room and tell Elenka this looks like a job that we can knock off in a week. Don't I wish. Doing it right would take us at least two weeks, maybe more. This is still a philosophy I employ today, sheetrocking or not. So, got a big job, like the below-surface scrapping of this vessel, dry-docked off of Commercial Street? Double your work time. It'll ease your pain.