James Pribram is at it again.
Laguna Beach's own "Eco-Warrior" soon will embark on another environmental rescue, this time in Bali, Indonesia.
Pribram sent me an email this week that read:
"I will be leaving Oct. 17 for Bali in an effort to help clean up 20 to 30 tons of raw waste that is being dumped in a ravine on the cliff top overlooking Uluwatu," he wrote. "This is happening due to a lack of water, proper bathrooms and sewage system. As you may know, Uluwatu is regarded as one of the best surfing waves in the world. However, many in the surfing world have no idea that this is happening. Sadly, it occurs in a lot of Third World countries that are lacking such resources.
"I will be documenting my trip and taking pictures to better illustrate the severity of this sensitive issue. After all, what good is the beach if we can't enjoy the ocean?"