The Strangest Things Found During Adopt-A-Beach Spring Cleanup
Hats off to the Texas General Land Office and all the volunteers that picked up tons of trash on Texas beaches, what an outstanding job you did! Along with the typical paper trash, empty bottles and cans, cigarette butts and other common items, the volunteers always find some rather unusual items. I'm sure you've walked along the beach and saw something unusual and thought "what in the world is that doing here?" Here's a list of the strangest things found on Texas beaches during the fall cleanup.
A wool blanket
Gold club head
Car bumper (huh?)
That was this year. Here are unusual items found in other beach cleanups. The backstories on these items would probably be very interesting.
Car key with remote (I've been looking for that)
Radio (was it tuned to KLUB Classic Rock 106.9?)
Rusty hammer ( I think I went to high school with him)
High pressure oxygen tank
Sheetrock (That was for my beach house)
Crop dusting bag
Old life jackets
Ping pong ball
US Coast Guard buoy
Pizza delivery sign
False eyelash (just one?)
Plastic bottle of urine (wait, what?!?)
What was the most unusual item you've ever seen while walking along the beach?