For paddlers who have 'shared' roads with logging trucks: Do any of you monitor the VHF frequencies the truckers are using? I found a link to a 2015 map of logging areas and radio channel assignments (Note- these are NOT the marine channels): Link: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/...ource-roads/radio-communications/channel-maps For S. Vancouver Island: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/f...-maps/coastradiofrequencynov23-2015_v10_8.pdf The frequencies corresponding to those channels are here: https://www.fleetwooddp.com/pages/bc-logging-roads-resource-road-frequencies Some marine radios like the IC-M88 can be programmed with 'additional' channels. There are also many very cheap handheld VHF radios (Baofeng and others) now available. I know there are amateur radio enthusiasts here on WCP - any comments? If it's not useful to monitor the logging VHF traffic, I'd rather spare myself the effort of programming my radio! Thanks!