Daniel Carr is an engineer and geologist with expertise in groundwater engineering, hydrology, and environmental chemistry. He is mostly retired, a formerly a partner in a geoenvironmental consulting firm serving clients on projects nationally and internationally. A lifelong advocate of human powered travel, Dan has paddled much of the Maine Coast from Kittery to Cobscook Bay, logging between 200 to 500 miles a year in a kayak along with similar miles biking, canoeing, cross-country skiing, hiking, and surf boating. Dan is happy to be a resource for potential trail travelers of all kinds. He and his wife Pam, an Maine Master Gardener and herbalist live in Dayton, Maine along with a very active cattle dog, barn cats, chickens, turkeys and horse. They have two grown children Rob and Tim. In gratitude they annually give to MITA in the proportion to human powered miles and trail nights.