Monthly Archives: March 2013
Picked up trash in the Blue Hills Reservation today. Thankfully there wasn’t much – if only I could say the same for Rte. 495.
You know you may have gone too far with your litter retrieval efforts when one of your five year olds announces he’s thirsty and reaches for a water bottle in the car and you stop him, unsure at first if … Continue reading
Not sure if the four soft balls, two lacrosse balls, and two baseballs my kids rounded up from the woods surrounding the high school constitute litter, but the plastic water and sport drink bottles I gathered from the perimeter of … Continue reading
What a great day it was! While volunteering in the elementary school art room I noticed the styrofoam lunch trays the teacher was using to mix colors in were looking kind of ragged so I went down the to cafeteria … Continue reading
Up until 6:30 this evening I thought today’s litter haul would consist only of trash picked up in my own front yard (that counts doesn’t it?). But then I did the Pine Bay loop and picked up two plastic bags. … Continue reading
C rescues a bottle (a local brewery at least) from Eel Pond. I keep the label as a souvenir.
Among today’s trash haul was the plastic clamshell packaging to some Nature’s Promise organic lettuce. I love it when the litter is ironic.