On Earth Day, 27 years ago, Dick Anderson announced to the world his idea of “Thinking Beyond Borders” and developing an International Appalachian Trail. A lot has happened since then!
The Maine IAT Annual Meeting is just a few weeks away and that means it’s time to renew you Maine IAT membership or become a member for the first time.
Nick and Paula Pancoast, Dick Anderson’s stepson and daughter-in-law, are currently driving across the US. Their first stop was near Flagg Mountain, Alabama, so they took the opportunity to have a visit with Nimblewill Nomad.
Mount Chase is one of those spots that, while not quite located on the IAT, are definitely worth a visit.
Maine IAT President, Don Hudson recalls an early visit to what eventually became the IAT.
Despite lock-downs, social-distancing, cancellations, and other disruptions the Maine IAT made the best of the a truly miserable 2020 and accomplished several significant tasks.