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A picture of pollution on Hopkins Ave. bridge

To the people who left all your used batteries on the Hopkins Avenue walking bridge, I hope you have nice photos of the beautiful Roaring Fork River. Don’t worry, I recycled all of your batteries and the back cap of your camera that you left also!

Next time, just buy a postcard!

Carl Heck



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