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I helped a bit this week cleaning/weeding the nature trails. What confuses me is how a group of people sitting by the beauty all day — can leave so much trash behind. Namely the fishermen in our town. I trimmed a bush and took two wads of fishing line with rusted hooks from the bush which was located right next to a garbage can. There are worm cups littered all along the lake — again near many garbage cans. You’ll probably notice on the pretty heron photos a fishing bucket left behind. My wish today is that the fishermen of my community learn from the herons and gulls who are also avid fishermen — and only leave the beauty of the lake behind when you’re done fishing for the day. To those who bring out whatever they take in so that the rest of us can enjoy the beauty of the lake –THANK YOU. Peace to everyone today.