[Cdt-l] Shuttle to CC

Scott Williams baidarker at gmail.com
Mon Feb 17 19:49:57 CST 2014

Great news.  Way to go CDTC!!!  I loved the start at CC and was wondering
how I'd do it in future.


On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 2:58 PM, Teresa Martinez
<tamartinez2003 at gmail.com>wrote:

> Thanks Jerry Brown for posting this and I just want to add, we are sorry
> that it took us so long to announce this effort, we know many of you are
> well into the planning of your CDT hikes etc. We just wanted to make sure
> we had the signed permit in hand before we announced anything publicly. We
> realize this may not work for everyone this year, but we hope that for
> those we are able to support, it will help us expand and provide even more
> coverage next year and beyond. And no worries about bringing 1200 CDT
> hikers to the Trail- as part of our commitment to responsible use of the
> CDT we are limited to how many daily visitors we can shuttle to the Trail,
> but we hope this will also help ensure your experience is still one worthy
> of the CDT, but also help establish the CDT 's official route and so lay
> the foundation for future travelers along the CDT.
> If you have any questions please contact us at
> info at continentaldividetrail.org, or simply to be added to the mailing for
> the official notice with registration information.  This will not come out
> until after we meet on site with the BLM and Border patrol, and nail the
> last few details down, later this week.
> On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 2:50 PM, <bcss at bresnan.net> wrote:
>> This from CDTC.  WAY TO GO!!!!!
>> Happy Presidents Day 2014 CDT Hikers! To celebrate we have an exciting
>> announcement! CDTC has been officially approved to operate a shuttle to
>> transport CDT hikers to and from the official Southern Terminus of the CDT
>> (aka Crazy Cook). We will be operating this service under a BLM permit
>> that
>> will run in the spring (4/10-5/4) and in the fall (10/1-10/15). It's a
>> temporary program that will hopefully lead to a long term program in
>> following years. Dates were based on building snow pack conditions along
>> the
>> Trail this year. We have been working with the BLM, the Community of
>> Hachita, and the Border Patrol to work out the details. These include
>> providing overnight stay at the Hachita Community Center for hikers taking
>> part of the service, and support to help with your water caches. We are
>> asking people make donations(suggested $20) to the Hachita Community
>> Center
>> directly if they stay at the Center. Shuttle cost will be $60/person and
>> include pick ups and drop offs in Lordsburg. Specific sign up details will
>> be available after we visit the site Friday and meet with our partners in
>> this effort. We will also be looking for volunteer support during the time
>> period, to help with various activities, more details on these needs will
>> be
>> coming soon too! For more details please contact
>> info at continentaldividetrail.org to be put on the mailing list for the
>> official announcement!
>> best wishes,
>> Jerry Brown
>> (970) 403-3527    Cell: (970) 317-1398
>> mailto:bcss at bresnan.net
>> www.bearcreeksurvey.com
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: cdt-l-bounces at backcountry.net [mailto:cdt-l-bounces at backcountry.net
>> ]
>> On Behalf Of Detlef Körner
>> Sent: Monday, February 17, 2014 11:44 AM
>> To: cdt-l at backcountry.net
>> Subject: [Cdt-l] Shuttle to CC
>> I will be flying in from Europe to El Paso and then taking the train to
>> Lordsburg. My flight has long since been booked therefor my planned start
>> date is 18. April 2014. Unless I overlooked some posting there still
>> doesn't
>> seem to be a ride option to CC. Are there still talks or consultations
>> with
>> possible options going on?
>> Trew; what came out of your Church contacts in Silver City?
>> Hamburger
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