Dock Tales Part 14 • View Series
When I first walked the 800 feet of Lake James shoreline I was about to buy in the one-day sale, I kept kicking up all kinds of broken bottles, empty gas containers and other trash left by previous visitors.
I knew it would take a lot of work to clear out all the debris and make the land safe for my grandchildren to walk around, but I decided it would be worth the effort.
I also asked two other questions: could I break the habit of locals visiting this land – and did Native Americans enjoy this same bottomland in millennia?
– Chris Schroder, The 100 Companies