Our Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue season is in full swing this summer and we’re TOEtally happy with how it’s heating up. We’ve cleaned twelve beaches and counting all over the United States, including lakes in Michigan and Japanese tsunami debris on the Oregon coast.
Here are some snapshots from our latest Beach Rescue with Surfrider Foundation in the Twin Cities of Minnesota.
We had a fabulous cleanup at Lake Como in St. Paul in the morning and then reconvened at the beautiful Walker Art Center in Minneapolis in the evening to celebrate with singer/songwriter Joshua Radin and our new Beach Rescue friends.
The cloudy skies of the morning fell away just in time for the cleanup. We cleaned the lake with cool temperatures and nary a raindrop in sight.
Our friends at Surfrider Foundation brought out their paddle boards to clean the shoreline:
While Barefoot Wine fans stuck to the shore and dug in to the dirt:
All in all, we collected almost four hundred pounds of trash.
This lake is now Barefoot friendly!
Is there a better way to celebrate a clean beach than with a glass of Barefoot Pink Moscato Bubbly?
We made our way over to the Walker Art Center in the evening to enjoy the tunes of singer/songwriter Joshua Radin over a glass of Barefoot Wine.
We still have a slew of beach cleanups on the docket for the rest of the summer. Visit www.beachrescue2012.com to find one in your neighborhood.
Cheers to Barefoot friendly beaches!
Photos by Onsite Minnesota Photography.