28 May 2019


     We're working on some changes to our False Bluff site and so there have been delays between updates.  That bothers us but hopefully we can get the issue straightened out sooner than later.  
     A deluge of stories have been available from all over the world about junk, garbage, trash in the seas and oceans of the world...mostly plastic.  And, of course, most of the stories are about the plastic and we want to provide a space here for some of these stories.  
     Part of our 'want' in that regard is that fighting trash on the unbelievably lovely beach at False Bluff is a daily chore.  It's interesting to note that when one walks either north or south along the beach at False Bluff there's a clear line indicating where our property ends:  we police the section of beach in front of our place but whoever owns the properties both north and south of us do not.  Please note that we don't get it right all the time...the damned stuff rolls in with every tide...but we're trying.
     So plastic and other trash is personal for us at False Bluff.  It should be personal for all of us...like this story, one of many about what a renowned chef finds while preparing food for his diners in one of his restaurants - article.