After a quick breakfast, the group is off to put their tools and skills to work.
Today, Michael is with them checking out the extensive damage #HurricaneMatthew left behind.
Along the way, he caught up with one woman who received the unexpected, but grateful help she needed after the storm.
As the day came to a close, exhaustion began to set in, but so much more work is still left to be done.
Long day in Walterboro. Chainsaw crews helping thousands w/ downed trees. Not sure what tomorrow holds for the ETX crew. #ETXResponds— Michael Aaron (@michaelfaaron) October 13, 2016
The travelers stopped overnight in Meridian, Mississippi before continuing their journey Tuesday morning. They made it to Walterboro, SC around 7 p.m., and will begin setting up their operation on Wednesday.
CBS19's Michael Aaron is heading to South Carolina with a crew of four from Flint Baptist Church-- volunteers with Southern Baptists of Texas Convention Disaster Relief. Check here or follow Micheal on Facebook and Twitter for updates.