Posted on September 2, 2014
One thing that never ceases to amaze me is how much litter gets dropped by Canadians in their wild places; if you walk in almost any conservation area, you will find litter somewhere – the ubiquitous Tim Horton’s cups or some plastic snack wrapper or similar.
How hard is it to pack your litter out with you? Remember the adage: leave nothing but footprints.
The image attached to this preachy post is of Grindstone Falls (also known as Great Falls); you’ll see on the right a classic example of what I’m talking about – the bright green thing at about half height.
There is such beauty in these wild places – who on earth would want to balls them up by dropping rubbish?