Don’t touch her boat

To the boaters who came in behind me at the Kalum Lake boat launch on Saturday, May 2, 2015...

Dear Sir:

To the boaters who came in behind me at the Kalum Lake boat launch on Saturday, May 2, 2015, I would like to know why you would think it necessary to move my boat off the launch while I am up at my vehicle.

I am so glad I do not have a fiberglass kayak, as I watched you drag my boat across the rocks then place it off to the side.

And it’s a good thing I had decided to use my portable wheels and not my trailer, as my boat would have been out of reach for me to load.

I would never move someone’s boat off the launch, nor would I even consider touching someone else’s boat.

I was under the impression that when a boat is on the boat launch, it means someone is either launching or loading their boat.

I guess in your minds if you don’t have a motor on the back of your boat then you shouldn’t be using the lake or the boat launch.

Next time keep your hands off my boat and/or anyone else’s boat.

Eileen Puge

Terrace, B.C.