Look at all that trash in the sand!

When your out in the ocean, maybe a mile out from the island of Gehh, you would think "oh my gosh. That's such a beautiful island." When you actually go onto the shore of the quarter mile beach (estimated), you see all the trash along the shoreline. You are appalled with the amount of waste that covers the beauty of the shoreline.

We tried to clean as much as we can and here are a few photos from our CICB project. We have high hopes that you are moved and inspired by these photos and blogs enough to do something about the pollution that is masking the beauty of mother nature.





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