CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine — They say you should be able to push a four by eight piece of plywood down the Appalachian Trail.
That idea amuses people who have walked the entire 2100-mile route from Springer Mountain, Georgia to Mt. Katahdin in Maine.
However, they greatly appreciate the work of volunteers like Al Look.
"I usually spend about five days a year out here," he said. "You only have to do two or three, but I so enjoy the work. Hey, I'm on Sugarloaf."
The Maine Appalachian Club oversees more than two hundred miles of trail in Maine.