Posted by Daniel H on September 16, 2017, 1:02 pm, in reply to "International Coastal Cleaning day"
plants that washed up on the beach a few days ago.
My assistant and I cleaned up just in front of the office and got this much!
Restaurant Quinta Valentina had a dumpster delivered by La Huerta
the day after it showed up and had their beach clean by 10 am, they
have always had their act together. A few of us agreed to go in parts
on getting a dumpster down at our end but it never showed up.
A couple days ago, before the big waves came the plants had dried out,
that would have been the opportune time to get them as they were not even
close to being as heavy as they are today.
The plants came from somewhere, seems those people could come help
us clean up their mess if we paid for the dumpsters?
One good thing is that the big waves have brought the sand back.
One big set takes the sand away, another brings it back. It would be
wonderful to have reports for below the water like we get for the
weather above the water. There is a mysterious (to me) world down there
of currents and other influences that I would like to know more about.
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