Desert dumping is a depressing act

While driving along the Wild Horse Loop Tour recently, I saw something that instantly made my blood boil.

A car was left abandoned at the side of the road, near 14-Mile Hill. It’s windows were shattered by the stones I found inside the vehicle. It’s tires were flattened and oddly enough, a county 19 license plate was still attached. An impound sticker was on a portion of the back window, but was so weathered and faded it was impossible to read -- whatever was written on it had long since vanished.

Anyone who ventures along the dirt roads and two-track trails in Sweetwater County has seen trash...


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