Hard to explain the day we had today and what we saw in the worst hit area of the Chattanooga Tornados. We got a call from our good friend Dennis Tumlin to come down and help out some where we could. It is far worse than what has been show on the news.
Chainsaw and gloves we all got into it and cleared some peoples place that will never know that we did it or who we were. Although it looked like devastation there were so many people helping each other it was uplifting. People bringing food and water around, recovery stations, a truck was delivering Cookies to people on the road. Humans from all walks of life coming together to help out. So proud of @kaylajocumsen who was the first to jump in to get down there and help.
While cutting some big trees up a neighboring house came over and told us stories of them grabbing their kids and watching the roof tear off their house. One giant tree that was laid over the guy said he planted it in 1964, so many stories and while cleaning up we would see photos and awards, albums so many things that people lost in seconds. They still need so much help down there if your able to get down and lend a hand I know they appreciate it!