Cons: couldn't find one
I got up every morning at 5am, made my bunk, changed into my uniform, went to breakfast, made my lunch, went to morning duties, then room inspection, then lined up for roll call. Then each crew filed out to their respective tool sheds and packed what we needed for the job of the day, week, or month. Then we drove to our destination, once we reached it, we would circle up and go over hazards, then the main objective and what had to be done before we left. Then the entire crew and I would work the hardest we ever had. The intensity of the jobs never diminished, we would shovel acres of dirt, clear entire roadsides of overgrown thorn bushes, clear channels of debris and refuse a mile long or more. Then when things got even more serious, we would respond to natural disasters, floods, fires, oil spills, etc. This was our job, and we would do this everyday.
Best decision I ever made.