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Pigs deliver great water fun

Pigs deliver great water fun

Editor: My children told me leading up to Sea Cavalcade that their favourite event was the water sports day at Armours Beach. Sure enough, the Gibsons Pigs Rugby Club delivered.
Use bike lanes properly

Use bike lanes properly

Editor: Why is it that cyclists have an allergy to using the bike lane on Redrooffs Road in Halfmoon Bay? They ride on the travelled portion of the road where there is not even a shoulder, pulling their kids in buggies, etc.
Dumbfounded by council

Dumbfounded by council

Editor: I was dumbfounded by Sechelt council's decision to eliminate 15 to 20 parking stalls at Davis Bay (Coast Reporter, July 30).
Davis Bay decision rankles

Davis Bay decision rankles

Although most people on the Coast are enjoying the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer, folks in and around Davis Bay are most definitely not.
Bad apples spoil the bunch

Bad apples spoil the bunch

A few bad apples: that's all it takes to ruin a good time.
Complacent over ferries

Complacent over ferries

Editor: Strange there was not one comment or feedback on the recent announcement by B.C. Ferries to possibly reduce the discount rate on our Experience Card plan.
B.C. Day: meaningful or contrived?

B.C. Day: meaningful or contrived?

Every year, when I remember we get a long weekend in early August, I pause fractionally before my brain supplies the explanation: B.C. Day. And then I usually half-smirk - because what the heck kind of holiday is B.C.
Water fights are out of hand

Water fights are out of hand

Editor: This year, for the first time, Gibsons volunteer fire department trucks were missing from their customary spot at the end of the Sea Cavalcade parade. This is why we decided not to participate this year.
Excited about Hidden Grove

Excited about Hidden Grove

Editor: Thank you very much for the great article on Hidden Grove ("Exposing a hidden gem," Coast Reporter, July 16). Especially thank you for expressing appreciation to the volunteers who work so hard to make and groom the trails for all to use.
We need more action, less talk

We need more action, less talk

Editor: I have resided in Sechelt for the past 14 years, and as long as I've been here, the most bandied about term used to hold back the development of this potentially beautiful, small coastal town is the official community plan (OCP).