Neil (nt) wrote,

Today I attended the Calgary Area Cachers CITO event. About 100 geocachers got together to pick up trash in Edworthy Park. Lorna and I filled two large garbage bags with rubbish. I also carted a section of a sofa back to the dumpsters, convinced I would win the prize for largest item, but I wasn't even in the top three. I find it hard to understand why someone would discard a heavy piece of furniture that way; it was a couple of hundred yards from the nearest parking lot. The event was good fun but hard work, and we were both exhausted by the time we returned home. There's a photo of the group here; we are on the left, about a quarter of the way in.

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