From: Mark and Karen Fernald Subject: Please add us to the pct trail angel list - cascade locks, or. Message Body: Cascade Locks, OR. >From Mark and Karen Fernald: We live in vancouver, wa. And, are willing to help hikers who are passing through vancouver, wa; heading to cascade locks. If you are arriving at the vancouver train/bus station, to hike in washington or oregon, we can help you with transportation, a place to stay, a place to prepare food drops, and with mailing parcels. Please call Mark at 253-514-3493, or text Karen at 369-852-2704. If you are in cascade locks and in desprit need (like: out of money and food, or need to get off the trail for a time) then please call us. But, we do not give rides to portland; because, there is a portland-cascade locks-hood river bus. The best to you, Mark and Karen.
From: Reggie Cook <[email protected]> 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
Name: Jeannine Stigall
Email: [email protected]
Message: My husband and I are long-term trail angels in Idyllwild. (“The General” and “MamaJeannine”). Could you amend my bio to include my husband? We’ve also started a local “Idyllwild Trail Angels” page on FaceBook. Please remove “accepting only female hikers” as we’ve gone coed. 😉 We also are accepting/mailing packages for hikers since our PO has limited weekend package hours. Also, if you could work in my cell number and that it’s best to text me that would be great. (951-256-0421)
Thank you! Jeannine
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
- or call 951-659-2426 Please leave message as we screen our calls.
Owners Larry & Charity VonTress
Phone (Landline) 575.772.2710 if you would like to call ahead to let us know you are coming.
Water and camping available. Red spigot is east of the big metal building. We have 3 (large) mastiff dogs that are either in the house or backyard, avoid that area. Please introduce yourself if we are home, if we aren’t home, feel free to get water and camp. We do ask that you please clean up after yourselves. Garbage can provided.
Our goal for 2019 is to build a shower, picnic area and restore the homestead back into a store. We hope to stock energy bars and items requested by the hikers and bikers.
From: Gabe Osiier
Subject: Trail Angel supporting from Harpers Ferry to Glasgow
Wife is section hiking SOBO, Virginia. During the course of visiting her, I have become addicted to being a trail angel. Contact me if you need a place to stay for a day or more, many can sleep in my house, if you need a ride somewhere, or if you need you to bring you something. I can make almost any time work. Text or call 540-288-7027. Shout out to the great hikers I have met this year, including Hummingbird, Dandelion, Hazmat, Fireball, Minnesota, Old School Hippy, Viva, Tuttleman (so cool I got to see you finish your flip flop!), and of course my lovely wife Maria (please somebody give her a trail name!). Hike your hike!
From: Jesse Valenzuela <[email protected]>
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
Trail Angel Lisa (Jaguar Paw)
Trail Angel, Shuttles and more!.
I am closer to Falls Village so that might be the better town to list. I actually live in Lime Rock with a Lakeville address. It gets very complicated in this little corner of New England.
PO Box 1424
Lakeville, Connecticut 06039
email: [email protected]
Tel: (860) 671-0960
We would like to sign up to be trail angels on the PNT. We live on Sand Creek Rd, Kettle Falls WA. Please call 509-684-6847 to let us know when you are stopping by. We are right on the trail and can provide camping, water, possibly rides.
Name: Julann Moore
Comment: Please add me as a trail angel in Central Oregon, we are able to host hikers, however it is hard for us to offer transportation. We are in Redmond and have a very large space for hikers to stay.
Name: Liana Ottaviano
Location: Bend, OR
Services: Showers, laundry and bedding at local Bend residence. Max accommodation is six hikers at one time; two night limit.
Transportation: Shuttle service between Bend REI and residence. Limited guest transportation to trailheads at Elk Lake (OR-46), McKenzie Pass (OR-242) and Santiam Pass (US-20); inquire in advance.
Contact: Text Liana at (541) 390-7859 or Peter at (541) 410-9251 at least 48 hours in advance. Email [email protected] for accommodations
“Not available July 11-21, July 27-August 1, or August 6-13 “2018.