Endangered Species???

Brokenus Bottlecaptimum

This is but one of many rare species We saw on Our trip the beach over the howlidays.

Plasticombagolish

 Here’s another rare object that has survived the test of time.

SnickerDoodleusWrapperolus

 And, yes, We even saw this once ubiquitous Wrapper. Now, there are so few left in the world.

StyrofoamaSuperSizeMeus

 But my favorite was the SuperSizeMeCup.

Hey, peep, I asked, how come there's so much trash on the sand?

I don't know little grasshopper, They said, just enjoy the beauty and one day, just maybe, there won't be any more trash. Anywhere.

Yes, I said, nature sure is nice to look at. If people would just leave it alone. Or at least take care of it.

What You Learned Today:

  • There’s so much trash everywhere.
  • It’s sad to see it. Especially in what should be pristine areas.
  • Actually, trash belongs in a trash can. EVERYWHERE should be pristine.
  • “Shoulds” don’t count I guess.
  • Hey! It’s not too late to add a New Year’s Resolution to your list! Whadya say we all vow to pick up some trash every now and again? I’ll carry the biodegradable bag to put it in!

About The Scottie Chronicles

Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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7 Responses to Endangered Species???

  1. Bert says:

    Good Post. Hopefully it will help us all to be a little more careful with our garbage and remind us to pick up after others. If only to make it nicer for ourselves.

  2. Kyla says:

    My peep grandfather was real big on this. He took care of things big and small. He got to go to the White House a lot as part of the Keep America Beautiful campaign. After retirement, he almost took care of Oconee Country in SC by himself. He’d stop and pick up the trash when he saw it and turned a 10 minute drive into a half an hour. When They visited him once, There was the treat of the tour of the town dump. I only got to hear about it but to me, it sounded like fun-rollover heaven.

  3. christina says:

    Good ideas Stuart! We should all pick up after ourselves and then our world would be pristine! Well, free of trash at least!!

  4. Angus and Molly says:

    Great post Stuart….we hope you didn’t hurt your paws on that broken bottle. Hope you had a good holiday 🙂

  5. Yes, it’s the responsibility of all species…. and you’re doing your part by pointing it out… to take care of the earth.

    Have a great day.

    pawhugs, Max

  6. Daisy says:

    We agree with you. We always run into broken bottles and rubbish…just disgusting…unless there’s a little food stuck to paper.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  7. Sandy Bruning says:

    Great idea Stuart – Tobias doesn’t like stuff on the side of the road – he has tried to pick it up and take it home – but his Mom takes it from him and throws it in the garbage bag…All of us should try harder to keep the ‘trashola’ in the trash bag…Tobias, Cherry, Lady & Shadow..

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