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Tire on Tubbs Hill.

Tire on Tubbs 

On yesterday's Wild Card, Walkabout posted this photo and wrote, "I can usually manage to haul out the trash I find but not today. How and why did this end up on Tubbs?"

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MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2015

Litter on Tubbs Hill

Littering Tubbs Hill Redux 

On the weekend wild card Walkabout posted this photo from the beach at Tubbs Hill. Stickman writes, "This particular spot took her 8 or 9 trips back and forth to the trailhead to clean it all up. The picture doesn't do justice to how much it was. Over 8 sleeping bags and tarps and clothes and garbage everywhere."

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 2013

Walkabout Keeps Tubbs Hill In Shape 19 

Our own Walkabout is featured in a story in the next Tubbs Hill Foundation newsletter: On any given day while enjoying a walk on Tubbs Hill you may come upon a woman with a knapsack on her back, a walking stick in one hand, and...

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 28, 2010

Stickman: Resort Floaters Litter Lake 

Stickman: If anyone is the scofflaw here, it would be the owner of the golf course himself for littering. Walkabout says conservatively that hundreds of floaters as they are called wash up along the shores all over the lake and especially Sanders Beach and Tubbs...

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Priest Lakers On Constant Litter Patrol 

In Priest Lake, Pecky Cox & Co. has started an informal, cleanup crew who pledge to pick up or report litter whenever possible. I asked Pecky to explain it for Huckleberries Online. She writes: "The Priest Lake Task Force is an informal community of people...

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K-Mama: Slobs Ruin Mushroom Outing 

(Recently) my family and I went hunting for morel mushrooms, first up Wolf Lodge, then over Fernan. ... What sucked was all the friggin' GARBAGE! We ended up using our bags to stuff them full of empty beer cans and old shotgun shells and rotted...

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Huckleberries Online

D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.