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Old 02-15-2017, 12:03 PM   #21
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about a month ago we took the kids over to the beach side to take some pics about a mile west of the fort. There was beer cans and bottles around so we picked them up. My 6 yr old is a full on clean up the ocean nature girl so we have to take trash bags and gloves on the boat always. she make me stop if we pass something floating in the water.

i have never purposely littered but since having kids that like boats we pick-up where ever we are. makes me feel better about what we are leaving our kids. US the boating community and locals are the ones that use these areas all year long so the more i pick up the less i have to deal with. and if you see someone littering say something to them...

i almost had to fight a rental pontoon full of hillbillys last summer over the mess the were going to leave on the beach but in the end one of them was sober enough to bag up the garbage
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Old 02-15-2017, 03:03 PM   #23
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times sure change .
in the 60's we drove all over that place it our split rim striped down jalopies , had a wonderful time , no one got hurt , wasn't any cops because they were not needed.
we were a different people back then and the place stayed clean
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times sure change .
in the 60's we drove all over that place it our split rim striped down jalopies , had a wonderful time , no one got hurt , wasn't any cops because they were not needed.
we were a different people back then and the place stayed clean
It was also a state park back then. I remember driving on seashell roads to Fort Pickens. Problem is, now you can't have a beer in a Florida State Park.
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Old 02-15-2017, 08:02 PM   #26
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Probably not soooo much the nudity but folks trash!!!
That's probably from people walking up on people's tents and looking inside..
Last year myself and a female where camping at the end of johnsons beach, both inside the tent naked and we hear something. I think hmm a boat couldn't of pulled up right?
Sure enough a boat pulled up and parked 10 feet from our boat and right infront of the tent to start unloading there beach items. We got dressed packed up and left. There's too much beach to drive on top of someone like that
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times sure change .
in the 60's we drove all over that place it our split rim striped down jalopies , had a wonderful time , no one got hurt , wasn't any cops because they were not needed.
we were a different people back then and the place stayed clean
Things, and people were definitely different. We didn't have so many throw away/disposable items. For example, there were no plastic water bottles at all. You took your water in an "Arctic Cooler" or some other thermos type water cooler. People were much more respectful, and the population of the U.S. was far less than 1/2 of what it is today, and even less down here in N.W. Florida. I miss those days and am glad I had the pleasure of growing up here at that time. Hard to watch what has happened to the coast over the last few decades. We always take more trash away than we generate at the beach. Hopefully we can still overnight on the boat at anchor. At least until they start the seagrass b.s. again.
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