Even though the thorny bushes and slopped ground got in the way, the volunteers and their comrades managed to harmlessly gather parts of the litter scattered around the hill and its clock tower. Regardless of the obstacles, the day was quite shiny and warm enough to carry out the given task.
After short discussion, with a smile, the participants got gloves and sacks, teamed up and got to work. Sometimes newcomers (volunteers) get distracted by great views they open from different angles walking around.
And at the same time new people come to help. Some of them seemed uninformed about what was going on, but they voluntarily joined the group. Although time flies by and the clock tower let you know that an hour passed, the working people didn’t even think to stop.
The result is always noticeable under one condition, but it requires patience. This condition is consistency. Your gloves might get wet in a second when you pick up a bottle, but it’s like extracting unhealthy colors out of the ground. It’s a great way to keep track of how far you have gone.