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Discussion in 'Events & Get Togethers' started by Cogs, May 10, 2017.
Great to come out and lend a hand. Fun meeting new friends
Great coverage & effort from all.
Wish I could have been there but.....
Hello from Ketchikan.....
Great event !
Lots of trash got picked up !
I wish something could be done to stop illegal shooting at the site where the sign-in was set up.
Very unsafe with the ground contour sloping downward.
Maybe the Forest Service should close the turn out area with logs, root wads or boulders ?
It was a fun day yesterday and HEY the weather cooperated! DirectDrive it was fun meeting and talking fishing with you. Best of luck to RangerLars, you will be missed. Bill and Bryan thanks for all of your hard work.
Someone left their buckets and 2 magnet pickers. Who has the initials TNL?
Thanks who ever did that! Pretty cool!
Great shot @FordPrefect ! Especially when you view it enlarged it and zoomed in. Great perspective. And that was even after they'd been cleaning for a while.
Trash No Land! A gift from the forest elves.
Had a great time yesterday and met some great people.
Quote of the day...
"my nuts came loose"
This was after "Go get the ball". And he still had the courage to walk down range!
Using that photo as the "intro" for the video I'm working on now. I'll hopefully have it up on YouTube tonight.
Ha I forgot about that one LOL
Get some, Jim!
Hot off the rendering, here is the video. If you have a 4K display, crank it up!
Totally very cool! Love it!
Put it up on the Trash No Land Facebook page: Trash No Land Facebook
the website event page: 6-17-17
Thank you Rick! Nice flying. And no one shot it down!
Your post comes up with come Chinese, Xūyào ānquán yànzhèng, which according to google means, Requires security verification
Yeah, the links still work just fine when that happens, however, I edited it to look appropriate. Don't know why that happens every once in a while. It's not just me either.
Thanks again, Rick! The vid is well done!
Great efforts, cleaned up 2 sites for the price of one. I'll have to make some popcorn and watch the video tonight (I should probably clean some guns as well).
Just heard back from Dave of Clackamas County Dump Stoppers. We removed 2420 lbs of trash and 300 lbs of recyclables.
Great work folks!
I don't know but if I were a forest, loosing 2700 pounds in one day would feel pretty good! Might even think about a new (smaller sized) camo outfit to go with it!