Monday, April 23, 2012

Clean Up Day Yields Small Treasures

So we had the annual clean up day of roads in my community this Saturday.  Fortunately I didn't find any underpants again this year, but I did find a basketball, four golf balls, one empty bottle of Mad Dog 20/20 lime flavor, a note about the high/low points of an unidentified movie, a Moody Blues CD (left) and a whole mess of these little frogs (right), in a ditch beside the road.  We sold the aluminum cans we picked up for the first year ever to a recycling place and got $27 to go in the Property Owners Association treasury.  Now we just have to find something worthy to spend the money on.

2 comments:

vanillajane said...

Hey is that a Billy Ocean CD? He finds you everywhere...

SRTC Staff said...

Ugh, Billy Ocean. All of a sudden the Moody Blues aren't looking so bad.

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