Three cheers for Boots ‘n Beer

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Under the headline “Shenandoah Park eyesore,” the Rappahannock News published photographs two weeks ago of an unsightly dump — 10 tires and other assorted garbage — found next to the headwaters of the Thornton River some two miles within the park’s boundary.

“Done,” now writes Garrick Giebel of the Warrenton-based Boots ‘n Beer Hiking club, which descended on the trash heap on President’s Day. “Attached photo of the smiling work crew from BootsNBeer.com (a non-profit charity). The National Park Service provided trash bags, equipment and a truck to pick it all up.”

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  1. Thank you Boots ‘n Beer Hiking club! It’s wonderful to see our community in action. Looking forward to joining you some day!!

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