Plogging

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Feb 2018
5:12pm, 19 Feb 2018
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LazyDaisy
I don't plog but I do plalk. Top find this weekend, a big piece of blue plastic fishing net washed up on the beach. Just right for ensnaring sea birds :-(
Feb 2018
7:35pm, 19 Feb 2018
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BaronessBL
This is what I remembered....

fetcheveryone.com/forum__58614__1__wombling_along
Feb 2018
8:00pm, 19 Feb 2018
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Rosehip
#2minutebeachclean is something I've been doing for couple of years,

Ralph-the-Springer is very good at helping me to pick up plastic bottles on our daily walks

I can't leave gel wrappers (sorry, but it is the Sunday cyclists that dump them) on the side of the country lanes and usually end up with at least half a dozen to take to a bin....

a new training category might be a good idea - or maybe we should use the tags to highlight that we've picked up someone else's crap and the tags can be counted somehow???

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