Newsworthy information. ;) Great shot. :)
That is a lot of recycling...Great shot...newsy and timely.
My gosh, that's a whole fir tree you have there! Soon to become shoes, or TP.
And how often does this pile go to the curb? Great job. We recycle too.
All that paper. I do my best to recycle, and it's just catching on here....I have bought a Kindle to save paper! :)
You read, too. Wow that's a lot of newspapers.Great shot.
Great bundle job....
Well done you, we do too! :)
Wow! Quite a pile. Good thing you do recycle them.
that would be heaven for Rosie :)I recycle too
Wow! That is a lot of recycling! Is that all yours??
This one takes me back to my days as a youth in Los Angeles...I delivered the LA Times and would get up early in the morning to find huge bundles of papers which I would then fold and tie and place in my bike basket and bags so I could ride around tossing papers onto porches. Hey, I made enough money to buy my first car - a 1937 Chevrolet!
it's amazing how it all piles up so quickly!
I'm very proud of you two!
Great shot. I just got my recycling bin down to the curb side pick up. For years I would drive to the recycle centers. Even when we first started to have curb side pick up for some things, others had to be taken to the centers. Now they pick up pretty much everything, even cereal boxes, at the curb in my town.
«Louis» is surprised the 'dedelstein' edition is among the recycling. It seems to «Louis» that one would be a keeper!
This might be a really rare picture some day...
I think that's the tidiest pile of trash I've ever seen. Makes a thought-provoking photo, too.
And you read a lot. Wow.
And that, my friend, is a good thing.
You read a lot, too!
Fit to be tied!
why does this make my heart race??? paper?books? reading? yeah!!!saz x
lol - most of all: you read.
You read all those newspapers?? Really?
Yes we do!<><