After the fun and games of the Rassawek
Spring Festival Ryan and his team are back to work, this time in New Kent. This job is in a lake side neighborhood which is still surrounded by the signs of destruction after a tornado offshoot during last years hurricane Irene hit the peaceful suburb and caused a lot of destruction. Everywhere you look there is evidence of the storm: trees are broken and splintered and have toppled onto each other leaving potentially deadly hanging timber. The site Ryan is working on would be difficult and messy for machines as it begins with a steep incline and heads into thick brush with only a slim path to get to the most damaged spots. Storm clean-up is nothing new to the James River Horse Logging team who are tackling the job quickly and efficiently with minimal impact to the delight of local residents.