Re: Members of Congress push for E15 education (issue Jan. 25-Feb. 7)
Tell E-15 blends to take a hike!
15% ethanol ruins all marine engines and voids all marine engine manufacturers’ warranty. Say no to E-15!
Re: A Done Deal: Developers and Orange County Sign Lease for Dana Point Harbor Revitalization (issue Nov. 16-29)
The pitfalls of revitalization
I grew up going to the Harbor and often still go to walk or jog. I am worried that it will become another paid parking rip off like all many other harbors now are…that would be a real shame, but generally this is the upshot of ‘harbor renewal.’
Re: What services can boaters expect during the government shutdown? (issue Jan. 25-Feb. 7)
Kudos to Captain Larson
I am surprised that The Log is letting writers display political opinions, but in this case I would like to thank Captain Larson. She expressed the finding of her trip to Tijuana, “the triple layer border barrier, now topped with ornamental concertina wire.” She also went on to observe that there is “no national emergency” nor are our borders “open.” Thank you Captain Larson for supporting the “wall” or “barrier” at our border from those of us who live right across the USA border. Please speak for us to Congress and show them like you said in The Log, to please secure the other 680 miles plus of unsecured border. Be our voice Captain Larson, especially in The LOG!
The Great Wall worked for 2000 years – why not build one here?
Since when did Captain Larson become an expert on border security? I teach typing in Astoria and I can assure you the sandbar at the Columbia is safe to cross. Her bio does not say anything about her expertise or service to any branch of the government, military. Gosh. The Great Wall of China worked for 2000 years. Hmmmm. Stick to the dock lines Captain. Or show some proof of what you speak. Not in my beloved Log.
Re: Huntington Harbour’s first harbor commission meeting slated for this month (issue Feb. 8-21)
A dirty harbor?
Such a deep dirty harbor, maybe they can re-circulate the water?
Jimmy Lewellyn via Facebook
Re: Will dockless scooters and bikes catch on in SoCal’s marinas? (issue Feb. 8-21)
Maybe these companies could donate this debris to third world countries for transportation. I was always dead set against these monstrosities from the very beginning. They are eyesores, trip hazards and trash. Please BAN!!
Matt Tikiman Willis via Facebook
There’s no place on the docks for ‘em
Already banned here in the Marina (Puerto Vallarta). No place on the docks for them and they do not want them used there. Tourist seemed to like them, but many ride them like maniacs – especially the scooters. The other problem is, since they do not own them, they just dump them wherever. Causes a real problem. Great idea, but … .
Mark Henry Sahs via Facebook