Once back onboard and settled in amidships, I trash patrolled the river up to the Danforth Street bridge...
The lion's share of today's trash was plastic bags found hanging like ghostly apparitions from numerous tree branches. When the March floodwaters receded, the bags were left behind. Also hanging from limbs overhead were an automotive inner tube and a child's stuffed serpent. Combining these items with some beer/soda cans, water bottles, and a traffic cone made for an eclectic assemblage on the oxbow sandbar...
Today's count was 95 pieces of trash. Of these, 26 were recyclable containers (5 redeemable) and 69 pieces of miscellaneous rubbish. YTD total stands at 3306.
The trip to the WW2 Memorial took more out of me than I had expected.
I am so pleased I got a chance to go.
Today is my first day up to snuff & catching up on your blog.
I am impressed with all the tunnels, bridges, dams & mill dams you report regularly. Whereas Underwater Demolition was a Pre-Assault assignment, you do me proud with what you observe and report.
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