SQUARES – The Trashy Kind

A few months ago on a little hike at Reddie Point Preserve in Jacksonville, Florida, we found this washed up debris after a series of storms and high tides. Reddie Point is part of the Timucuan Parks Foundation. This debris is yet another example of how much trash we have in our waterways. This area is where the bend of the St. Johns River begins to flow towards the intercoastal and out to the Atlantic. At least Mother Nature pushed it onto land where we could pick it up.

Day 24 – Squares – “Kind”

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18 Comments on “SQUARES – The Trashy Kind

    • That was unfortunately a wonderful article. The numbers are staggering! I love the tips though and I may have to use this the next time I mention the amount of garbage that our planet suffers from. πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing!

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    • Yes, it’s like you don’t see it, it isn’t really there. Just like COVID and all these conspiracy theorist that say it isn’t real. Pollution and garbage is real and so is the plague! πŸ™‚

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    • Yeah, we do the same. You are right about it being the tip of the iceberg. If people like us just leave it like so many others would do, imagine the amount that would still be there. πŸ™‚

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  1. Oh my! When I went to a secluded island a couple of years ago I was saddened when litter washed up to shore. I picked them up too but the next days there were more that kept coming.

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