There is a repeat offender here, too. It's someone who throws styrofoam coffee cups with a napkin neatly tucked down in each one from the right hand lane, waiting for the light at the bottom of Mosser Road. If you know this person, please ask him or her to stop.
Then I finished up at the intersection of Sang Run and Hoyes-Sang Run Roads. In the bushes along the right side of Sang Run Road, upstream from the intersection, there were eight cans of Reddi-Wip! Strange addiction! I also found there two 4-inch PVC pipes, about a foot long each, filled with concrete. And down in Sang Run itself, I fished out one of those woven plastic feed bags, caught on a stick, all ready to go with the flow down to the Youghiogheny, the Monongahela, the Ohio, the Mississippi, to the Gulf of Mexico.
Leaving that area, turning the corner towards the Yough, I passed a Garrett County road crew truck with clean-up implements sticking up out of the back. I felt like waving to comrades but was pretty sure they had no idea about who I was or what I was doing. Then, BAM. Not 20 feet from the turn, right under the 25 mph sign, was a paper bag with a full six-pack carton sticking out of it. Now how could the road crew drive right by that??? Why don't our road crews ever pick up obvious, large trash like that?
So I pulled into the pull-off opposite the bag and collected it. It was clean, recently placed there, and there was a generic styrofoam fast food container beside it. This made me wonder if the Garrett County road crew could be the perpetrators themselves! Years ago, road crews would leave their lunch trash at a pull-off on our road, so I wouldn't put it past them. But in this case, I certainly hope it wasn't they who were drinking the two Michelob Ultras and five Bud Lights and then driving a multi-ton dump truck!
Don't worry, guys, whoever you were! I got your backs! I recyled them for you.