Had a very bad experience today on my way home from work. Had a great time at our base's air show, did my crewchief thing for the family in the crowd, saw lots of cool air hardware, and scooted before the storm clouds got too ugly. Cruising down the turnpike around 70 with the windows down, suddenly I can't see from my left eye due to the pain and tears from something impacting my wide-open eyeball! Managed to get to the shoulder w/o killing myself or anyone else, now I can't get whatever is invading my eye socket out. It finally worked itself out thru the tears streaming from that eye and revealed itself to be a godd@mn PEBBLE!! So, I'm going to get a portable eyewash bottle to keep in the glovebox or console. Think about stopping to do a quick trail repair, then it turns into a nightmare because you or someone else got debris or a chemical in their eyes... You can probably get one at a good medical supply store, or a safety gear vendor online (northernsafety.com, labsafety.com, others) It's a suggestion based on my own bad experience, so think about it...Stay safe, folks. Semper Maintenance!