Arms of garbage


William J. Tipton - Stout, Ohio



Save Our Shawnee Forest hiking group took part in the Friends of Shawnee State Park’s clean up in the Park and Forest week.


Our Wednesday, Save Our Shawnee Forest hiking group took part in the Friends of Shawnee State Park’s clean up in the Park and Forest week.

We walked about four miles of forest roads and picked up about ten bags of garbage. Nearly all were beer cans and bottles. It seem that the people who drive the forest and drink beer prefer Natural Lite and Bud Lite (must be watching their weight).

In the future if you would please just drop your cans and bottles out your window, it is really hard for us old people to climb up and down the banks through the briars and brush to get to where you threw them. Some of you folks must have been baseball pitchers with a really good arm.

Save Our Shawnee Forest hiking group took part in the Friends of Shawnee State Park’s clean up in the Park and Forest week.
http://portsmouth-dailytimes.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2017/04/web1_DSCN3361.jpgSave Our Shawnee Forest hiking group took part in the Friends of Shawnee State Park’s clean up in the Park and Forest week.

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William J. Tipton

Stout, Ohio