Chad and I volunteered with our company to help clean the waterways through Loveland. If you are unfamiliar with Loveland there is The Big Thompson River that flows from Rocky Mountain National Park through Loveland. It is snow runoff from the mountains. Burrrr. Most towns in Colorado have some sort of waterway through them. You can fish in it, dogs swim, people swim, ride inner-tubes in the summer down them, and it's used to water crops, gardens ect.
Anyway... as a volunteer for the day we were to clean up the waterways starting from our neighborhood to the interstate which is about a mile give or take. There have two reservoirs behind our neighborhood separating us from home and work that were to be cleaned around as well. This area of the city is a relatively new metropolis so it had not been cleaned prior years. The photo below is from McWhinneys website. The McWhinneys started the area of Loveland that we live in "Centerra." They have an awesome story and are great at what they do. Google them sometime.
I will admit for never being cleaned it was almost spotless. Chad and I probably picked up 7/8 bags of trash in our section of the waterway through our neighborhood. Lots of plastic bags, old soda cans, plastic bottles. One thing that surprised us was this Satellite dish outside the town homes in our neighborhood. Who in their right mind would throw that in the "river" in the neighborhood?! I'm going to post it on our neighborhoods Facebook page. Caught!! Sort of... I don't have your name but SHAME on you!