29 min

Helloooo‪!‬ The Green Tunnel

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In 1930 Eiler Larsen set out on what is the first recorded attempt of what we call an Appalachian Trail thru-hike. He didn't make it in one year. He got a little distracted. In the final episode of our first season, we're going to tell Larsen's story: how he was drawn to the AT, his message of happiness, and how he ended up being the official Greeter of Laguna Beach, California (which by the way, is approximately one Appalachian Trail away from Springer Mountain in Georgia).

This episode was produced by Mills Kelly. The executive producer is Abby Mullen. Editing by Jeanette Patrick. Show notes are available at greentunnel.rrchnm.org.

In 1930 Eiler Larsen set out on what is the first recorded attempt of what we call an Appalachian Trail thru-hike. He didn't make it in one year. He got a little distracted. In the final episode of our first season, we're going to tell Larsen's story: how he was drawn to the AT, his message of happiness, and how he ended up being the official Greeter of Laguna Beach, California (which by the way, is approximately one Appalachian Trail away from Springer Mountain in Georgia).

This episode was produced by Mills Kelly. The executive producer is Abby Mullen. Editing by Jeanette Patrick. Show notes are available at greentunnel.rrchnm.org.

29 min

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