Christmas is more than two months behind us, but some of those dry, forgotten evergreen trees have just started a second career on the Chesapeake Bay. When folks in Easton put their trees out for pickup, they weren’t just mulched. More than 150 Christmas trees were loaded onto a boat and motored out to Poplar Island, the ever-growing island built with dredged material from the Port of Baltimore’s shipping channels.
And speaking of Poplar Island, Georgia and I ran across this absolutely hysterical conspiracy video about it on the "History" Channel a few months back, and it had us in gales of laughter:
What a nice view from the beach. I enjoyed your blog. Big thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete