Preview: OCH’s Trail Angel

February 3, 2016

Steve Stone Steve Stone

Chances are, when you contact us at OCH, you’ll reach Emma. She joined us in October after hiking 2,189.2 miles from Georgia to the top of Mt. Katahdin here in Maine. That’s the full length of the Appalachian Trail (the “A.T.”).

On the A.T., there are people known as “trail angels” who voluntarily take care of the through-hikers by showing up unannounced, in the middle of the wilderness, with an unexpected boost of food, hospitality, and hope. “Trail Magic”, it’s called.

We’ve heard from many of you that you’ve been cared for so well by Emma, that when I saw this video, I realized that Emma is sort of a Trail Angel for OCH members who occasionally get lost or discouraged while out in the world wild web. Check it out…

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