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Saturday, January 16, 2010

A trashy tale


Not all boondockers are as responsible as you and I. So when you find a nice boondocking spot and the fire ring is full of charred cans and bottles, the ground littered with cigarette butts, and plastic bags festoon the mesquite trees, grab a paper bag (recyclable) and police up the place—even if you grumble about the slobs that camped there before you.

It will only take a few minutes, and your campsite will now be spotless--and of course you will leave it that way. And then tell yourself that it wasn’t really RVers that left the trash, but those darn partying teenagers from the local town. After all, no RVer would really do that.

1 comment:

  1. Oh, ever been to Slab City? Although I met many really nice, responsible people there, cleaning up the tremendous deposit of cans, bottles, plastic bags, and just plain junk that many who took advantage of the free camping left will be a monumental task. Jim Givens

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