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The Appalachian Trail
- Name: MaryEllen Royce
Comment: We built a log cabin on West Carry Pond, Maine thirty-six years ago and the WCP Shelter has been a project of mine for 12 years. During July, August, September and until October 6th I supply the shelter with gourmet cookies, bars, PBJ’s, and assorted other items about every 2 or 3 days. We sometimes have what we call a barge party and serve an evening meal to anyone in the shelter, weather permitting. I have taken care of serious tooth ache with service to the ER, a stress fracture that needed a couple of days rest and hosted our family and friends as thru hikers. Blue skies, dry feet and safe travels. ME
- Name: Anastasia Slough. Based in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and work on a donation basis. My 4-Door Eggplant-colored Ford Edge can fit 4 passengers with enough space in the trunk for plenty of packs/gear. Text or Call 785-764-7248 if you need a lift or food drop 🙂
- Name: Gene Popson
Comment: I live 20 min from Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Pa/NJ border. Willing to help a hiker in need.
- Stan P Mordensky email@example.com along the MD AT
- Janet Hensley of Erwin, Tenn – www.facebook.com/themissjanet
Comment: M.A.S.H. Mobile Assistance and Shuttles for Hikers. My services are provided on a donation basis. I may be along the Appalachian Trail anywhere from Georgia in March to Maine in September.
- Trail Angel Mary Parry – Duncannon, Pennsylvania – www.facebook.com/trailangelmary
- Name: jane spink
Comment: Live near port clinton, willing to help.
- Rick Towle – Litchfield, Maine – www.facebook.com/attroll
- Ryann Langdon – firstname.lastname@example.org – I have been working for the lodges in Shenandoah National Park for the last 2 seasons. I will be returning again in 2015 & want to let AT hikers know that I’m available for rides or if they need anything (showers, laundry, etc). I have been aiding hikers the last 2 years and have met some of the greatest people! I just can’t help but want to help more!
- AT Trail Magic Facebook Page www.facebook.com/pages/AT-Trail-Magic/203188546383682
- Diane Sizemore – I live in NH and I have done trail Magic this summer. Feel free to add me to the angel list- email@example.com
- Name: Howard Gorin
Comment: My wife and I live near Washington DC. We can pick up hikers where the Trail crosses I-70 – about 14-15 miles west of Frederick, MD – or at the AT Conservancy HQ in Harpers Ferry, WV and bring them to our home for a few days of respite: a real shower, a comfortable bed, a washing machine and dryer, a chance to rest and catch up on the blog, buy supplies, etc. Pick up on Thursday afternoon only and return to Trail on Sunday. We do need advance notice – three days in advance is preferred – in order to adjust our schedules. Your tales from the Trail are the only “payment” we expect. Check out my Couchsurfing Profile: https://www.couchsurfing.com/people/rovingrabbi
- Name: Rebecca
Comment: I am in Smithsburg, Md along route 77. I would love to be a helping hand.
- Nattie Boone – Hot Springs, NC. I help anywhere from Hot Springs, NC to Damascus, VA anyway I can. Shuttles, shelter, emergencies, you name it! I’ve been doing the trail thing since 2012. http://iaintnoplainjane.blogspot.com/2014/01/oh-appalachian-traillife-is-better-there.html?m=1
- Name: Karen Dillard
Comment: I do shuttles in the Daleville Va area. I charge 50 cents per mile for section hikers & slackpackers. Free rides around Daleville. I’m not in the guide books but I do have a place in my home for hikers that are injured etc… It’s just word of mouth. I don’t charge anything to stay with me. I live 5 miles from the trail crossing in Daleville. My cell # is 540-815-1289. I’m known as HikerMom. https://www.facebook.com/karen.b.dillard
- Name: Dennis Talley
Comment: My name is Dennis and I am available at times to help if needed. I am new to the Roanoke area of the trail but I am always willing to help out a hiker when I can. I am retired but managed by SWMBO. Give me a holler if I can help.
- Syndi “GrammieBear” Allgood – email: firstname.lastname@example.org Helping hikers on the MST and AT.
- Name: Chris “Soggy” Vores
Comment: Chris “Soggy” Vores, Waynesboro, Pa. Phone/Text 717-331-9827. Add me on Facebook I can provide rides from the trailheads nearby and other trail magic goodness. I also can UberX you for longer distances.
- Wendy Summa – I am available to help Trail Angel/shuttle/assist hikers with Resupply on the AT between Wind gap & Delaware Water gap, if needed, Limited /Evenings/ Weekends . Looking forward to another great hiking season Happy Trails 🙂 https://www.facebook.com/wendy.summa.1
- Name: Jeff Violette
Comment: Live in Berlin – close to Gorham and major trailheads. If you need something in area ( transition from presis, Carter-Moriah, to Mahoosuc range, let me know and I will see what I can do). Rides, shower, laundry, etc.
- Name: Leah Kopietz
Comment: I live in Dahlonega, GA within walking distance of the square, .7 miles from Walmart, and about 30 minute drive from the approach trail. I can host hikers overnight and drive to/from the trail on my days off. Happy trails everyone.