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Went to the beach today (which I don't do a lot, despite living right here...), and saw some kid's legos spread out over about a 3-4 sq foot area (and the kid wasn't anywhere near it.) What a mess. Seriously, what parent lets their kids bring legos to the beach? Half of them were buried in sand and since there was no kid playing with them, as far as anyone knows they could've been there for days.

I also swam out and picked up a half-full Gatorade bottle which was floating by. My sister and her friends applauded sarcastically (I left it by the lifeguard stand -- there aren't any trash cans physically on the beach since you're technically forbidden from bringing food onto the beach, and I was wet and cold and not going to walk all the way back to the street to toss it). Another older gentlemen nearby also found what looked like a piece of siding, and swam that in to the beach. Saw several bits of microplastics floating by as well, though it's definitely not as bad on our beach as it is at the public one the next town over (which can be gross.)

Now I'm just hoping I didn't get sunburned. Ha.
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