Caution urged for shipwreck explorers

Caution urged for shipwreck explorers

There are 2 comments on the Statesman Journal story from Mar 27, 2008, titled Caution urged for shipwreck explorers. In it, Statesman Journal reports that:

“Because all shipwrecks, by their very nature, put you pretty close to the surf, we treat them all with an equal amount of caution”

Visitors check out the wooden hull of the George L. Olson near Coos Bay discovered after Pacific storms washed away much of the foredune that concealed it. via Statesman Journal

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Statesman Journal.

ed_zornes

Dexter, OR

#1 Mar 27, 2008
people should be able to explore without limits this is america. and its a public beach.
Jenny

United States

#2 Apr 1, 2008
Agreed. And we should be able to go about our lives without constant intervention and interference by the government. By unfortunately there are too many among us that think this is a good thing.

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