... IF manly and moral can be used in the same sentence.
in San Diego
and have done so, in the same marina/slip, most of the time since September 2010.
I need manly advice (but now that I think about some it - women might also be able to lend advice based on their experience) about shaving in the public restroom.
I shave with a manual 2-blade safety
razor and old style aerosol shaving creme. I put the razor and shaving creme in a sink basin, close the drain, and put the HOT water
on at a very slow rate. I then walk to the back of the restroom and take a shower
where I am out of sight of the sink.
When I finish my quite short shower
I then dry off, put on my pants and shoes, and walk back to the sink where I can shave with hot and comfortable shaving creme on my delicate and tender
67 year old face.
The problem is that about once every three or four shaving trips - I come back to the sink and the HOT water
has been turned off. The sink drain leaks
so frequently the sink is empty and the shaving creme is not HOT.
My goodness! How is my delicate face to cope with that insult? - Not HOT shaving creme! Why, sometimes I am so upset I decide not to shave.
I have never seen or heard the person (I hope it is a person!) who turns off the water. There are four widely separated sinks so my one sink with hot water in it is no burden on others. There are also four showers but I only see a person in the restroom with me once or so a week.
1) Is my moral outrage, not to mention epidermal agony, justified?
2) What might I do to stop this outrage?
Thanks for any advice or insight you liveaboards might offer.