All posts by trailangellist

PCT Trail Angel in Seiad Valley

From: Jesse Valenzuela <brush.monkey88@gmail.com>
Subject: I want to be a trail Angle
Message Body: I live in Seiad Valley in Northern California. I want to see how I can be a trail angel here. I am a caretaker for a property and the owner asked me, what I thought about hosting folks for the pct. Thought it was a great thought. I can offer showers, a place to camp,  wash clothes, get a drive into store or town. Willing to BBQ also. I have heard the out ragest cost some places have. So I would like to do for a lower price. I don’t even know what to charge or how to even help. I don’t work because of spine injury and surgery so meet and greeting will be good for me. Please let me know. Thank you.Tel: 760-909-0566

Hiking cross the country any trail angels out there between PA and CA please contact.

From: Blake Werntz <chevybjw@gmail.com>
Subject: Hiking cross the country

Message Body:
Me and my wife are hiking from PA to CA  I was diagnosed with lung cancer and only have limited time my doctor said its a small amount of cancer cells and that this hiking trip could very well help me beat it but I'm not relying on that we want to follow our dreams and goals out in California before and if I may pass away. I've heard about trail angels helping but I don't know much if there is any such people but the help would be appreciated across this trip thank you ahead of time to anyone who can help and we will work for help if you need help with anything! Hope to hear from some of you soon leaving in a few days

Pacific Crest Trail Angel in Kelso Valley serving Lake Isabella, Walker Pass

From: Jen Jones <blkshadowolf@aol.com>
Subject: I want to be added to the Trail Angel List

Message Body:
I live in Kelso Valley,  part of the Kern River Valley in California. This summer I have given several PCT hikers rides from Lake Isabella to Walker Pass and brought hikers from Walker Pass to Lake Isabella. I also did specific rides to the Lake Isabella Post Office and the Vons Parking lot. I have a double cab Chevy Silverado truck with an 8 foot bed covered by a camper shell, room for 4 people comfortably (although I did transport 6) and their gear. I am a Registered Nurse that has lived in the Kern River Valley for 34 years. I enjoy meeting the PCT hikers and hearing their experiences. I can meet hikers and transport them from Kelso Valley Road where Bird Spring Pass intersects, anywhere on Hwy 178, Lake Isabella, Walker Pass and anywhere in between. I can be contacted through my e-mail for advanced transportation notice or if I see hikers on the road, I will pick them up there! I do work 3 nights a week but I can assist hikers as best as I can.

PCT TA for Seattle/Redmond

From: Liren Chen <lirena.chen@gmail.com>
Subject: TA for Seattle/Redmond

Message Body:
My family would like to be added to PCT TA list. 
We live in Redmond, WA (an hour drive from Snoqualmie Pass). We have a room to host one or two thru hikers. Feel free to contact us via email.

If you are hiking the PNT near Northport WA and need a place to stay

From: Rose Kalamarides <rosekalamarides@gmail.com>
Subject: PNT/Northport accommodations

Message Body:
I live a few miles from Northport WA. If you are hiking the PNT and need a place to stay, I have a bedroom with private bath, private water/dryer and private entrance. Just call me and I’ll come fetch you for the short 3.5 mile drive north to our family farm. I’m a true angel and won’t charge you a dime. Will probably feed you a home cooked meal too. I’m now 62 and will live vicariously through your adventures. You only have to share your stories of the trail. I also have a cabin on Deep Lake which may be more suitable depending on how many are hiking with you.

We found a Rugged Power Bank charger in our St. Andrew’s CDT Trail Angel Box. I’d like to get this back to the owner.

Hi.  This is Cheryl from Atlantic City, WY.  We found a Rugged Power Bank charger in our St. Andrew’s Trail Angel Box. I’d like to get this back to the owner.  I’m hoping you can get this information out to CDT hikers and bikers.
Thank you.
Cheryl Hodge