From: Megan Fitzgerald <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: AT Trail Angel NY, CT Message Body: I live on the CT/NY border (about an hour from the AT). I’m happy to help in any way, shuttle, emergency assistance, in a pinch I could host a hiker (2 at most) overnight and provide shower, laundry, hot meal (I live in a 700sqft). Also can bring supplies to the trail. For overnight assistance, typically need a few days notice (sometimes I travel for my job) but will always do what I can.
From: Jesse Valenzuela <email@example.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
From: Jen Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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.
From: Alex Artz Subject: Trail Angel in Pinedale WY Message Body: Hi! I am available for any help anyone may need around Pinedale WY. I can help with rides, local advice, mail help and anything else you might need. Texting is prefferred, Alex 308-920-2247
From: SandraKThompson Subject: Add Message Body: Please add me to the list. I live in Bend, Oregon 760 683 4717
From: Liren Chen <email@example.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.
From: Tristan Magee <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Trail Angel Dunsmuir, Ca Message Body: I would like to be added to the list! Thank you. 😊
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.
From: David Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Appalachian Trail Angel Message Body: I would like to be an angel at the Vernon, NJ parking lot.
From: Dr. Jana Mulvaney <email@example.com> Subject: Trail Angel at Mile 608 Message Body: My name is Cinnabun & I live off-da-grid part-time near Landers Spring at Mile 608.9, We maintain your trails, provide bottled water, warm cinnamon buns & other savory treats to curb your hiker hunger. I oversee from Robin Bird to Walker Pass. HMU if you need anything but note no cell service. You probably see me riding my orange dirt bike.