Was it Drop As Much Litter As You Can day at Afan today?
Just back from an afternoon blat round Y Wal, punctuated by stopping to collect peoples’ discarded rubbish at nearly every gate.
Normally it’s nowhere near this bad – is everyone rebelling against the fact that a load of ‘Take Your Litter Home’ signs have appeared on the waymarkers recently (“The Man can’t tell me what to do – I’ll drop as much litter as I want”)???
To all offenders: you’re not Julien Absalon or Frank Schleck. You are not in a race where someone is following you to pick up your stuff. You are bimbling round the Welsh countryside. This does not make you so Rad that you can’t possibly pause to stuff a gel wrapper in your pocket.
That is all.
PS I realise I’ll be scored very poorly by the STW rant judges for this SO HEREIS SOEMER RANDON MISPLELT caps and **!*@ $!@*!!!.Posted 6 years agosofatesterMember
It’s not just trail centers unfortunately. I filled a pouch on my rucksack walking the Snowdon horseshoe, a good percentage of which was left along Crib Goch. You would have thought folk walking that route would have some sort of respect for the environment, evidently not.
Think it’s a general thing really. Look at the rubbish by the side of roads, or in the high street on a Sunday morning. It doesn’t magically appear, someone has put it there. The simple fact is lots of people just don’t care.Posted 6 years ago
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