Piles of castoff toys I’ve seen on my walks my east end neighbourhood over the past couple of years. I guess when children grow up it is simpler to dispose of them (the toys I mean)
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3 thoughts on “Toys Without Land”
Those toys look like they’re still good and usable. I can see why some people like to go dumpster diving! 🙂
In Toronto because of hygienic fears toys usually don’t get recycled – even less so now due to pandemic
Absolutely! I completely understand.