yo- we created the rough ride, catered to the buff types, now makin’ it real smooth, bankin’ for the chair rides, armored drain dips, crushed granite, flagstone, limestone; we just don’t quit. ~~~~ Our first real spike trip last week.
Literally, we got quite stuck in the mud. And surprisingly it was a very great crew bonding moment. As appose to people giving the driver a hard time for getting it stuck in what should have been an avoidable obstacle,
I grew up in Texas so I was forced into these every year. So this year I forced my E-Corps family into it. I love it. Hope you do too. (click to enlarge) -Annie D.
Well sometimes this job can really sweep you up. I am going to try harder to get more people to post so that this blog has more than one opinion. So where has my E-Corps crew been? We have been
This week we have been in San Antonio working at the San José Mission National Monument. We have been here before doing plaster work, but this week we are learning masonry. We are building a retaining wall near the grist
So I received a degree in Hydrogeology, which I though would train me for all sorts of subjects water related, but I was a little stumped by this one. We needed small stream that only runs during rain events to
On Friday, Laura and I were tasked with removing rocks from the path of a new handicap accessible trail we are working on at Reimer’s Ranch. Most of the rocks were taken care of with a pick and rock bars,
Well things were looking pretty gross when I got into my truck this morning. We have fared some pretty nasty weather before, so I assumed it was a safe bet we would be working today. It was pretty much just
Last week we were introduced to the Bandit. He has a mean raccoon kind or grin and he ate cedar like your nephew eats lucky charms cereal. We were all really excited to be using a chipper this week since