The week commenced close to home so that the crew could clean house! We we scouted the trail that we would work on, determining the number and location of puncheon bridges to be built as well as any and all blazing and brushing necessary prior to bridge construction. We followed through by prepping our work site; the manateem brushed approximately two miles of trail in order to prepare for our bridge construction. On Wednesday we did three days worth of work when we built six puncheon bridges at strategic locations in order to increase the ease and enjoyment of Florida's hikers. With the week's goal accomplished, we spent the rest of our time tieing up loose ends by returning to Bradwell Bay Wilderness Area. There we brushed blazed and four miles of trail in both rain and shine. Upon our return home with soggy boots and mudstained packs, the crew was exuberant with pride at the work we had accomplished.