Huntington's Corner Grocery - GULL
671 Brokaw Rd, Camano Isl WA
360-387-8054
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 90
GPS coordinates: N 48.24787 W 122.51912 (entered by Scott)
Updated by George, January 07, 2014 0:14 CST
Premium is ethanol free. Filled the GS today.
Updated by litesong, July 28, 2013 16:49 CDT
Fueled 3 gallons on a low tank with 90 octane 100% gas at Huntington's, tho I normally use only 87 octane. Ran excellently in my car, just like other 87 octane 100% gasoline, but no better. Still obtained 40_mpg with this tank.
Updated by skf, April 17, 2013 13:05 CDT
I talked with them today and he said this coming friday. Said the state has taken ethanol free gas away for any stations other than those catering to boats...on the water. What a shame, guess i will have to get used to putting corn and alchohol in my car. decreased mileage and all. Wonder if they will see the foolishness of this when more and more real farmland disappears.
Updated by skf, April 17, 2013 13:04 CDT
I talked with them today and he said this coming friday. Said the state has taken ethanol free gas away for any stations other than those catering to boats...on the water. What a shame, guess i will have to get used to putting corn and alchohol in my car. decreased mileage and all. Wonder if they will see the foolishness of this when more and more real farmland disappears.
Updated by Jay, April 08, 2013 14:04 CDT
Talked to the owner. He hopes to have 90 octane ethanol-free fuel by the 2nd week in April, 2013. It will be available in 90-octane only.
Updated by John Mathes, April 01, 2013 15:58 CDT
Looks like the refinery should have the 90 octane ethanol-free premium only by the 2nd week in April
Updated by Scott, March 25, 2013 23:10 CDT
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Updated by Husky, March 14, 2013 6:25 CDT
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Posted by Jay, March 13, 2013 20:34 CDT
I talked to the owner a couple of days ago. He stated that he was no longer able to receive ethanol-free gas any longer, as with the case with several gas stations in the area. However, he said that after making a few calls, he found out that state law still permits for fuel sold to boats to continue to remain ethanol free, and since his fuel station, although not actually physically located on a dock, still caters to many boaters, he would be able to, if all went to plan, soon get ethanol free fuel, but only premium (92 octane). I called them a few days later (on the date of this comment's posting), and they said they hoped to have it in by the end of the month (March, 2013). I then asked if it would be possible for someone to purchase their ethanol free fuel even if not for use in a boat (like a vehicle or lawn mower or something) and they said that would be fine. I hope they can get it in!!