Have you ever been out hunting, four wheeling, or just riding your dirt bike and stumbled across a Trails West T-Marker? These steel rail markers are placed as landmarks on various historic trails, with the top rail oriented with the direction of the trail it is identifying. Typically found along portions (or variants) of the California and Oregon Trails, there are hundreds of T-Markers throughout the western United States. If you’ve discovered one or more of these markers in the Nevada outback, did you ever wonder who installed these heavy, steel T-Markers? In Episode 7, Curtis Calder and his guest, Jan Petersen, discuss the Humboldt Highroaders, a group of mostly retired, volunteer history enthusiasts who made it their mission to mark and preserve the local historic trails using the Trails West T-Markers.