Couch Potato meets Nature

Whose Woods These Are, I Think I Know.

Someone dumped a LazyBoy Recliner on the trail to Eli's Peak in Western Duluth. The sun has faded it to match the forest floor. Soon the rain will turn it into a soggy mess. For a brief moment, I would have loved to kick back, breathe the spring air and listen to songbirds.

On a more serious note, I also saw rusting grocery carts, broken washing machines, old tires, televisions and refrigerators. A few people with no scruples can mar the woods for thousands who find solice there.

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Homeless mike says ... on Saturday, May 16 at 12:17 AM

I call dibs on dat chair o'r dere!.. lol nice pic, like the story too. reminds me of my wonderfully oblivious youth, and how I also learned the hard truths of nature vs. indoor furniture. don't know what they were thinking with the appliances tho

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