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October 2019

About The Bay - October 2019
You may call me poulet du mer or, in plain English, chicken of the sea. Despite my loud demeanor and brassy bravado, I confess that I have always been a bit of a scaredy cat, a chicken little kind of gal, always fearful that the sky is going to fall.     Read more.

Delta Rat Scrapbook - October 2019
Owl Harbor celebrated their tenth anniversary in August. They held a huge party over a three-day period, and it was like the mother of all parties. It started on a Friday with participants decorating their campsites and or boats.     Read more.

Lessons Learned - October 2019
It is time again for my latest installment of ?Is it right or is it wrong.? For the past nine months, I have been collecting photos and saving contributions from readers of things that we know are just not right, some things we know are right and sometimes we see things of which we are not sure.     Read more.

Letters from You - October 2019
Not sure you remember us, but you helped us move our Meridian 391 from Alameda to Village West in June 2017. If you are looking for subjects to write about, we had an experience with our CO monitor that we didn?t know existed and you may want to share with other boaters.     Read more.

New Products - October 2019
Anyone who has come in contact with even a mild jolt of electricity knows the muscle spasms it can generate. Complete immersion after falling or unknowingly jumping into water that has been electrified by a boat?s faulty wiring can trigger total body immobility and even stop a heart, tragically resulting in a drowning fatality.     Read more.

Front Rudder - October 2019
It?s a plane! No, it?s a bird! It looks like a carbon-fiber alien with foils instead of razor-sharp teeth, no drool though. It is on water after all. Is it a boat? Holy buckets, what is it? Golly gee Batman, I don?t know. It?s too sleek and slim to fit Ben Affleck?s fat butt in there!     Read more.

Down The Rode - October 2019
35th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day, since the program began in 1985, over 1 Million Californians have removed more than 19.9 million pounds of debris from our state?s shorelines and coast. For more info, 800/coast-4U or www.coastal.ca.gov/publiced/ccd/ccd.html     Read more.



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