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Thread: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

  1. #21
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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    So I’m going to go out on Saturday morning. I know 64th St has a huge amount of garbage washed up there so that should be a focal point. 112th St is also a relatively busy spot for duck hunters. I’ll happily head to either spot if someone else wants to commit to the other? I have a one ton longbox for the dump run, and a 16’ trailer if there is any big debris, but I think the truck should handle it all. I will grab a box of contractor bags. Anyone that wants to help out, please post your chosen spot below. The lowest tide during daylight is at 8:51 am, but there is almost no change between that low and the next high tide, so I will be there at 9:00.

    Post below where you can be...
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  2. #22
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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    Sorry James, this Saturday no go for me. Have a thing booked with the wife.

  3. #23
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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    Tides are too high. Let’s wait a week or two...
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  4. #24
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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    I will participate.

    look forward to seeing once date is firm.

  5. #25
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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    Keep us posted on a date and I will try my best to attend

  6. #26
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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    After this one I would like to boat around the South arm Islands and fish out any floating trash. Last time I was there lots of stuff just stuck up on those island shores. Few people would be picking up there as you need a boat.

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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    Count me in. Will watch for a date!

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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    Quote Originally Posted by silveragent View Post
    After this one I would like to boat around the South arm Islands and fish out any floating trash. Last time I was there lots of stuff just stuck up on those island shores. Few people would be picking up there as you need a boat.
    I have a boat...
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  9. #29
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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    tow my inflatable kayak behind it and I can get into the narrow channels. Seriously I'm expecting some piles of junk. Out of sight out of mind.

  10. #30
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    Re: Boundary Bay shoreline clean-up

    I’m down to help out. I’ll keep an eye on this thread and if I’m not working I’ll go for sure

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