The newly constructed Goddard Shelter, 1985
The newly constructed Goddard Shelter, 1985

This log lean-to with space for 12, was completed by the Bennington Section and the U.S. Forest Service in May 1985. … Some of the materials were airlifted to the site by the Air National Guard. It is named in honor of Ted Goddard, former president and treasurer of the GMC, and past president of the Bennington Section. A spring 150 ft. southbound on the LT provides water. In use 1985 to present. [GB 24th Edition 1996] Funds for the construction were given by Ted Goddard, Jr. in memory of his father. The structure was of log construction 20′ x 16′ with-an open front. Boy Scout Troop 353 of Bennington peeled the logs. Rock footings were built by BSA Troop 355 of Bennington.