Happily there’s been very little litter visible in the town of Richfield Springs, New York and its immediate environs. At first I figured the reason was that upon our arrival here we’ve upped the population by a whopping 10% but in reading more about the town I found out that it’s population is well over 1,000 so I take that back.
Are the people here just more environmentally conscious? While I do see a lot of no fracking signs in people’s yards I’m not so sure that’s it. More likely it’s the lack of fast food restaurants. If you don’t have a styrofoam Honey Dew Donuts cup in your possession it can’t end up by the side of the road either through driver negligence or error now can it?