WEEK 46: Bells Mill Road to Emlen Street
* Love Your Park fall service day: work party building a new trail at Andorra Natural Area off of Forbidden Drive.
4 golf balls
1 business card Painted Pet Portraits by Nita
1 cup Saladworks
3 receipts (1 Formal Mills, 1 ShopRite, 1 R&R Produce)
1 piece styrofoam cup
1 12oz bottle PBC Newbold IPA
1 16oz bottle Snapple
1 16oz bottle Pepsi (old school)
1 16oz bottle Triple Cola (old school)
1 12oz can Michelob Ultra
2 12oz cans Mountain Dew
1 12oz can Milwaukee’s Best Ice
1 8oz can Red Bull Silver
1 12oz can Schaefer’s
1 pair Hanes briefs (blue)
1 hubcap Chevy
2 mylar balloons (1 Spalding basketball, 1 silvery pentagonal shape)
1 40oz bottle Steel Reserve
1 wrapper Clif Shot Blocks
2 16oz bottles water Deer Park
1 16oz bottle water Poland Spring
1 16oz bottle water Berkley & Jensen
1 16oz bottle water Rite Aid Pantry
1 16oz bottle water Acadia
1 16oz bottle water no label
1 1 liter bottle Fuze strawberry lemonade
1 sport water bottle
1 to-go cup Frosted Flakes
1 label Wawa iced tea
1 mangled bag Herr’s chips
1 blunt wrapper Swisher Sweets tropical fusion
1 giant bag Doritos
1 grocery bag Redner’s Warehouse Markets
1 ziploc bag
1 wrapper Planters salted cashews
2 pieces random plastic
1 dog shit pile
3 dog shit bags
6 dogs on leash
8 dogs off leash
NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS
– Love Your Park fall service day. Good fun trail building with FOW in the Andorra Natural Area.
– Huh. Lots of quartzite on the Yellow Trail between the Covered Bridge and Cathedral Run. Cool.
– Phone died with 49% power. Sure it was cold, but that’s some BS, Apple.
– Instead of following the Yellow Trail all the way up past Henry on the Park apartments and across Wises Mill Road, followed what looked like an unmarked trail that turned out to be a deer trail, ended up off trail for 30 minutes in the middle of the world’s largest overgrown thicket of thorns of all sizes.
– Took extra long bubble bath to eliminate presumed thorns and ticks.
– Ran into the esteemed Dave Bower from Parks and Rec on Forbidden Drive.
– As I made the observation that the gate at Valley Green Inn was open AGAIN (on a Saturday no less), some ahole in a Porsche comes flying down Valley Green Road doing at least 35 into an area obviously heavily populated by pedestrians. When Walnut Lane Bridge closes for repair, this gate MUST be monitored.
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