From: Reggie Cook <email@example.com> Subject: Trail Angel Message Body: I am a Trail Angel in Lone Pine Ca. I have a property about 2.7 miles outside the town of Lone Pine. I can offer large lawn areas for camping, outdoor sink for laundry, A solar shower is under construction and should be finished by 5/25.2019, A BBQ with a side burner is available for cooking, There is also an indoor toilet available. So far this year I have hosted the 3 guys from Finland, and the six guys from Honk Kong and about 12 others. I do not charge but donations are appreciated to help pay for propane. Reggie
From: Laura French Subject: Walker Pass to Ridgecrest Message Body: I can receive packages, pick up and drop off , 5 at most, from Walker Pass to Ridgecrest and back , possibly Kennedy Meadows. Can provide meal, shower, laundry or possible overnight stay. Donations appreciated to pay it forward . text 760-382-0174
From: Laura French ( Dustbunny) Subject: posting to site Message Body: I would like to offer rides to and from Walker Pass campground to Ridgecrest. I also have food, lodging , shower, laundry, wifi and package pick up available. Overnighters would be most welcome Friday and Saturday nights as I work REALLY early in the morning during the week ,but if the weather is nasty, I may consider other options. My car can fit 4-5 hikers with packs. I am available most days with notice and as long as my funds will allow. Call or text me 760 382-0174
From: Jeannine Stigall Subject: Trail Angel in Idyllwild, Ca Message Body: We live in Idyllwild. Humber Park trail head is a couple miles up the road. I can pick up/drop off from both Humber Park and Paradise Corners in the Anza area. Can offer a hot shower, warm bed (2 guest rooms), and meals if you need a break. Have front loading washer/dryer able to launder sleeping bags. We have a large fenced back yard and can 'host' a campsite if you prefer (no fires.) Don't be shy if you have a specific need. We have a Queensland Heeler so please be dog friendly. text 951-256-0421
Steve (Papa Smurf) and Sandy (Mountain Momma) Teuschman – 840 East Angeles Blvd. Big Bear City, 92314 – Will Accept Packages – firstname.lastname@example.org – email@example.com From: Sandra Teutschman Subject: additional information Message Body: You need to add that we host hikers at our home. We pick up at almost all trail heads including mile 252, 266, 275 and Cougar Crest trail parking lot. We have a bunk room as well as a covered 10 X 20 shelter and cots. We have laundry, Wifi, Showers, loaner clothes, hearty meals, rides into town for shopping, and a fire pit. We accept packages and can be sent to our home, packages must include your name and that you are a pct hike and estimated time of arrival and our name Teutschman at 840 E. Angeles Blvd Big Bear City California 92314
From: Marianne Lins <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Help PCT hikers Message Body: I have a little cabin on Airbnb. I can change the rates at anytime. I can also change the minimum stay. I live close by and can pick up hikers at the trail heads. I have a shower, washer/dryer and plenty of room in the cabin for 6 people and a huge fenced yard for those who want to stay in their tents. How do I help? www.anelevatedescape.com Marianne Lins email@example.com www.linsgraphics.com 310.597.6363
From: Ms. Barry McAlister <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Near Chester Gap/Front Royal, VA Message Body: Hello! I have been hosting AT hikers at my home in Huntly, Va for two years. I post on the Facebook page of “Women Hikers of the Appalachian Trail”, and I provide sleeping quarters, laundry, dinner al fresco, swimming pool and p/u/ d/o at HWY 522 near Front Royal/Huntly. Hikers can find me on Facebook @ Barry McAlister. My email is Barrybearsmile@gmail.com. Usually, I like to get a text a day before a hiker needs a pick up, but I have been able to accommodate last minute. A small donation always appreciated.
From: Grayson McNeill <Fun@bigbearhostel.com> Subject: Big Bear Hostel add to list Message Body: You just have our website. please update and add: Big Bear Hostel 527 Knickerbocker Rd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 (909) 866-8900 https://www.bigbearhostel.com/pacific-crest-trail.html Free laundry, loaner clothes, WIFI, restaurant discounts, easy shuttles back to trail in morning. Hosting hikers since 2001!
From: Megan <email@example.com> Subject: Trail Angel up road from RPH Shelter Message Body: Hello - I'd like to help through hikers - I have been an avid high-altitude climber and lover of all things outdoors. I understand the beauty of finding oneself through the challenge of going into the unknown outside. I have also had family members complete the AT. I'd like to help with rides, meals (I'm a recently trained vegan chef), lodging, laundry, showers if anyone needs. I own a home just up the road from the RPH Shelter in NY. Please connect me with any other websites/facebook groups that could help with this. Megan
From: Jesse Valenzuela <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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
From: Rose Kalamarides <email@example.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.