“Think, David! You have about 20 seconds to figure this out. OK, first things first. Get out of the harness.” I reached up to the single-point buckle and released it. The harness turned me loose and I floated away from the seat. I had the sensation of being in an Olympic-size pool. Being a good swimmer, I felt comfortable in this environment. “OK, you’re upside-down. Now get yourself into a ball and rotate yourself right-side-up.” During the righting process, I somehow managed to avoid hitting or getting tangled up with anything in the cockpit as I fanned my arms to complete the maneuver while watching swamp funk float past my face. The personal dialogue continued throughout the maneuvering. “Now where’s that hole? There! The light! Put your hand into the light!” I extended my arm toward the light, grabbed hold of the edge of the cockpit frame and started pulling myself toward the window opening. As I pulled my head through the opening, I broke the surface of the water, coughing and gasping for breath.