CREW 1 HEADS OFF TO GEORGIA FOR 2 WEEKS FOR SOME RESTORATION ALONG LANCE CREEK.....
Crew 1 spent most of the first week in Georgia helping to restore areas along the creek that had been heavily impacted by camping. They buried some large "iceberg" rocks in the middle of the campsites for prevent further impact and spread grass seed to help encourage new growth over the bare soil. Since they were out for two weeks, the crew spent a couple of days off at the Ranch, resting and eating lots of fresh vegetables from the garden! But they quickly got back to work for a second week building new tent pads and an access trail to the water source. They encountered a bit of rain... but that didn't stop them from getting a lot of work done and of course having a lot of fun in the process!
The "iceberged" rocks made it look a bit like a cemetery...
Using the crosscut to get some nice locust logs for the tent pads
Now that looks like a great campsite!
Sunset from the crew's base camp
I don't even know what's going on here?! But thanks Lester(front row) for the awesome campsite!