For some reason, churn, churn, churn

Working vessel.

In the bin and too interesting to leave behind …

I spy on an Onondaga Lake stroll, a small, green boat that appears to be scooping material from the bottom up for collection.

That’s what I’m guessing, anyway.

8 thoughts on “For some reason, churn, churn, churn

  1. Hello,
    As I mentioned a while ago the lake is under study and surveillance as being one of the most polluted lakes in the US.
    Please refer to a prior link and web information discussing these points and I’m going action.
    Regards

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