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
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.
As a relative rookie to the practice of cutting down a tree, it would be easy to mistake the superficial simplicity of the actual process for dishonor or disrespect. It takes no more than a second for that tree to
During the past month, we have had crews all over, and as we head into summer and a heavy spike schedule, you will certainly get to read about great crew trips to New Mexico, Oklahoma, North Texas, San Antonio, and
My crew and I have been working in The Greenbelt on and off for the past few weeks. We are definitely getting to know the area pretty well, having worked at three different access points so far (360, spyglass and
Member orientation is complete! After one slow, but informative week in the classroom, all the crews headed out to Bastrop State Park for a week of hands on training. After chainsaw training, trail work overview, and a lot of bonding,