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Maya Lindquist got a real treat when she sat in "Bottle Rocket," a raft designed by Marcus Eriksen, featuring 232 plastic bottles, that traveled down the Mississippi River to New Orleans seven years ago. The raft and a display on a massive accumulation of trash that Eriksen put together from the five major ocean gyres, are currently on display at Headwaters Science Center. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

'Bottle Rocket' raft on display at Headwaters Science Center

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Maya Lindquist got a real treat when she sat in "Bottle Rocket," a raft designed by Marcus Eriksen, featuring 232 plastic bottles, that traveled down the Mississippi River to New Orleans seven years ago. The raft and a display on a massive accumulation of trash that Eriksen put together from the five major ocean gyres, are currently on display at Headwaters Science Center. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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