Keep yer garbage at home.

I’ve found many desiccated party balloons stuck in many junipers over the years. This morning on my walky is the first time I ever saw one still somewhat airborne.

Two of them tied together, to be more factual, and I had kind of a hard time catching up with them until an eddy in the breeze stuck them to this bush for a moment. Finished them off with my belt knife and they will litter no more. Not hard to guess how long they’ve been on the run from home. 🙂

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2 Responses to Keep yer garbage at home.

  1. Ben says:

    They may have traveled hundreds of miles just to end up in your neighborhood. From past experience, they have only been inflated for a few days.

  2. Joel says:

    It’s been windy so with enough altitude anything’s possible. But more likely they came from less than 10 miles away.

To the stake with the heretic!