“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”
― says Ratty to Mole in Kenneth Grahame’s classic novel 

The Wind in the Willows

September 25, 2021

Aerial drone footage courtesy of Angela & Scott Williams

From Lake Lanier Association...

ANNUAL SHORELINE CLEANUP

Our annual Shore Sweep event spans the entire lake and averages 140,000 pounds of trash and over 1,000 volunteers annually. But you do not have to wait for this event to help keep our lake clean. Get Involved with cleaning up Lake Lanier’s shorelines – you never know what you will find. Additionally, if you see an area on the lake that has lots of trash, floats and debris please pin drop the location and report it to LLA.

210925 Shore Sweep Aerial1
210925 Shore Sweep Aerial1

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210925 Shore Sweep Aerial2

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210925 LLA Shore Sweep Team Barefoot 8
210925 LLA Shore Sweep Team Barefoot 8

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210925 Shore Sweep Aerial1

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September 25, 2021 - Team Barefoot at LLA Shore Sweep 

September 14, 2019

BFSC at LLA ShoreSweep 20190914
BFSC at LLA ShoreSweep 20190914

Mike, Chris, Lee and Erin on Favored End for morning of wrangling old tires off of a local island shoreline.

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2019 LLA Shore Sweep - MMartin
2019 LLA Shore Sweep - MMartin

Mike tirelessly loaded tires onto Favored End.

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Favored End
Favored End

Favored End was the perfect vessel for transporting old tires.

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