I’ve mentioned that We take an annual holiday beach trip and here I am strolling along the mid-Atlantic coastline. Now, I understand the sand, the shells, the grasses and what looks like straw, and of course, the foot prints (His and mine) and the occasional bird carcass and fish tail, but what I don’t get is this stuff:
It looks like fishing line, plastic things and, well, just plain ‘ole trash stuff.
Here’s another look at another place’s trash stuff:
You may have heard of the Pacific Garbage Patch? Well, I’m no expert, but I am a Scottie after all, and I think there’s an Atlantic Garbage Patch brewing out there.
Whew. Glad I live on dry land. (I’m a terrier for heaven’s sake. Remember: terrier = earth.)
What You Learned Today:
- When you take us to the beach, please be careful of what we might step on or eat. We looove to smell rotting fish and stuff like that. But, who knows, there may be a fish hook in there to stick us in the nose!
- As I’ve said sooooooo many times before, you humans do some crazy things. Like pollute the water and air. And, come to think of it, the land.
- Stop doing that will you?