What an industrious group of 16 volunteers working together to make the beach a great swimming spot for families and visitors! The wall of wood debris we were faced with as we began our work felt rather insurmountable but we didn’t let that stop us. Wheel barrows and pitchforks came in very handy given the depth of the debris at the water’s edge. In fact we could have used more pitch forks but the surplus of rakes gave others the job of pulling together the smaller piles into larger ones that could be lifted into wheel barrows. Let the pictures tell the tale.
Thank you to everyone for your gift of time and effort. This is a good example of how the Friends of Hibou work. Friends helping friends.
The picture shows the piles of debris now ready to be moved away from the shore by GSCA staff.