I've been "plogging" for years around my downtown neighborhood.
But as I age, it has become more like "plalking"--walking and pick-up.
Yes, the neighbors see me daily out their windows, walking with my poodle's
leash on one arm and an earthbag for trash on the other. (And in a pocket, a
small dogpoop bag.) It delights me to know that the idea is catching on with
the younger jogging crowd, at least in Sweden (so far). Let's hope that
spreads like crazy. Our beautiful earthly home heals us, and we must return the
My husband and I pick up trash on our walk route regularly. It never fails, the
next time we walk there is more trash. It's parthetic."this divine injunction has never been rescinded. " -- Neither was
the commandment to "Suffer (ALL) the little children to come unto me, and
forbid them not...", but that hasn't mattered to certain god-fearing
I'm always disappointed to see how many people, especially consumers of
drive through window food, believe the entire world outside your car window is
your own personal waste receptacle. It's nice to see people willing
to pick up, but disappointing we have to.