[at-l] 90 PG, excerpts for Hot Springs to Damascus

Cody Girl codycodygirl at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 16:17:03 CDT 2012


That memorial marker was so sad.

Uncle Nick Grindstaff
Lived alone.  Suffered alone.  Died alone.

I would love to know his story.
Cody

On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 12:57 PM, Michael Henderson <
MichaelH at ospreypacks.com> wrote:

> Rock dancer wrote:****
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> II-45. Damascus, VA: Shorty, the cobbler, does good work on short notice
> and reasonable prices. Mr. Grindstaff, former postmaster, still involved
> with the hostel. Library lets each Thru-Hiker take one paperback book
> with them for the trail. Dink Shackleford is the town manager, easy to
> spot, he rides a Harley with his wheelchair in the side-car.****
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> Gotta be a relation to Nick Grindstaff – whose memorial is just off the
> trail somewhere around Iron Mountain shelter, right?  Anyone know the story
> here?****
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> Ke Kaahawe****
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> AT’92, TYT’94, LT’01****
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