Letters: Are you missing your bed?

Writer wants to return discarded bed to rightful owner

Got to Matheson Lake Park early Sunday morning only to discover a boxspring and mattress on the road by the gate. If anyone knows of somebody  that moved out of Metchosin or East Sooke on Saturday, March 31, that might be missing their bed, please let me know. We would love to trace them to their new home and publish that address so that we can return these items to their rightful owner, along with whatever other trash other folks might possibly discover on the roads and ditches in the vicinity.

Obviously the party in question cannot afford rope, so I will personally donate some, so that we can tie this person up long enough for whoever wants to explain to him/her their feelings about our park being used as this party’s garbage dump.

Signed — Disgusted.

David Topelko

Sooke

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