Monthly Archives: February 2013
Beer bottle at the edge on Quaker Road – still there. Empty plastic anti-freeze container on the sidewalk outside the library – gone.
Stopped for trash on Brick Kiln Road today. Now, when I pull the van off the road the twins automatically know, and announce out loud, that we’re stopping for trash. They want to get out and help but I always … Continue reading
A few more items picked up along Thomas Landers (thank goodness that road’s such a trash treasure trove) on our way home from church this morning. For the second day in a row the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Falmouth was … Continue reading
The day was almost a wash because they only place I went was to take the kids to the Unitarian church for a movie and pizza. Ever try to find litter in a UU parking lot? Not bloody likely. Happily … Continue reading
Thought about going back to Menaunt today but I couldn’t really justify driving across town to pick up a bag of beach trash when there’s plenty of litter right here in my own neighborhood. It seems like the amount of … Continue reading
The trash across the street from Old Silver pales in comparison to what’s clogging the bushes across from Menhaunt Beach. I quickly gathered a handful of nip bottles, plastic bags, beer cans and an unfinished bottle of Gatorade and felt … Continue reading
They should have sent chocolates instead.