Bastrop Rock Move

June 5 – June 9, 2017
The Coastal Crew traveled from Houston to help the Bastrop Crew construct a stepping stone bridge through a creek that one of the great Bastrop trails runs through. It was hot that week, but the tall pines that survived the fire of 2011 helped create shade and shelter. The first day was full of training on how to use the crank systems to move rocks. Some of the cranks can move up to 2 tons so you can imagine the size rocks the Coastal and Bastrop Crew were moving. The rest of the week was hard work sculpting
the earth to their benefit, and achieving their goal. Check out the video to see how it was done by both awesome crews.

Sam Snelling – Coastal Restoration Crew

 

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