11 days of work nonstop, Primitive camping less than an hour from Austin, By day 7 we were feeling the exhaustion. Brush cutting, chipping, and chainsawing, Cooking, cleaning, and dish washing, We’re all getting into the hitch routine, With
Hello all, Y’all can call me Flo, also to be known as the commentator affiliated with the wonderful team which is Purple Crew. So far during these last 12 days we have seen 9 total members and 2 crew leads
On April 1st, a beautiful spring day in Texas, the Trails Across Texas (TAT) crew once again rolled northward to Cooper Lake State Park. The sunshine and roadside flowers (bluebonnets, paintbrushes, and firewheels) invigorated the crew after a shortened break.
It’s cold outside…Light rain beginning to fall (Misty Glasses). My gloves haven’t dried from YESTERDAY’S rain and smell faintly like expired milk (Ew.). Putting my hands in them numbs them in minutes (Tingly..). Guess that’s better than just being cold,