Saturday, May 23, 2015
Witnessing The Miracle Of A Litter Free Flooding Trinity River Under A Bumbershoot
The last time I saw a flooding Trinity River from this location, years ago, the river had an amazing amount of litter, in a wide range of color and size, flowing by.
During this current flood event I have seen the Trinity River in several locations and have not seen much litter flowing by.
Does this indicate the chronic Texas littler problem has improved? Or has all the rain already flushed most of the litter to the Gulf of Mexico?
I just realized I do not know where the Trinity River enters the Gulf. I suspect the beaches in that area, wherever it is, would make for some interesting beachcombing.
Today's Town Talk treasure hunting went well.
Organic Fuji Apples from a town in Washington called Wenatchee, Texas Ruby Red Grapefruit, Carrots, Cinnamon Rolls, 5 pounds of Gorgonzola and a gallon of Organic Milk, plus other stuff I am not remembering right now.