I just wanted to make people aware that people keep leaving the shed open and unattended. Shouldn't we keep those doors closed?
Yesterday, we had also someone from a festival team asking about being able to lock the shed when they were finished, but as I was last steersman on the beach that day, I locked it up myself instead of giving out that info. I wasn't sure if that information was supposed to be shared or not.
And finally, the outrigger teams' faucet valve access box wasn't locked, and some other kids got in there to use to hose to wash their bikes. Can someone pass that bit of info along to them?
Yes, the shed doors should be closed! Possibly it's the vollyballers who are leaving the shed doors open since we share the space with them and they don't know all our rules. It's never locked tho and the rules say it's always supposed to be locked. But I think as long as it's locked at the end of the day it's probably okay since people are in and out of the shed all weekend anyway.
I think all captains (year-round and festival) are supposed to know the shed lock code, but it's totally fine that you locked it yourself. Better safe than sorry.
And I fwded your info about the faucet box thing to TK and Mike who know the outrigger people well.