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This is a gathering place for those who live on, or have lived on Glade Park (Colorado) and Pinon Mesa, or have descendents who did, who want to share
Just found this blog while poking around in the middle of the night. Looking for anyone who may have info about my fathers past. His name was Roy Hlavaty,
William Leroy Morse May 5, 1930 - February 15, 2014 William Leroy Morse was born on May 5, 1930, at St. Mary's Hospital to Ralph and Neville Morse who
December 12, 1933 - Half-tunnel cave-in killed 8 Glade Park men, one Fruita man
Compiled by Guy Carlucci Thanks to Beth Carlucci for giving permission, through Jack Murphy, for use of Guy's book in this tribute to the men who died
No picture or obituary is available. If anyone has a picture or any information please comment below.
No picture or obituary is available except that he lived on Glade Park. If anyone has a picture or any knowledge of Mr. Carmichael please comment below.
No picture or obituary is available, except that he was said to live on Glade Park, and was not related the the Fuller family who lived in the area. If
Although many did manage to escape the falling rock, Jack Blasdel was the only one to actually survive the rock slide. Jack Blasdel was trapped from going
Adair wrote that her husband, Larry, also was working on the road when the slide occurred. The Wilson family said that Larry's father had also been very
A youth still in his teens was caught in the slide, but was still alive when rescue workers reached him. They managed to remove the rocks which pinned
Harley Beeson of Fruita was 22 years of age. He graduated from the Fruita Union High School in the class of 1931 and had since worked at Fruita, where
Clyde Van Loan was of Glade Park. He grew to manhood in Grand Junction, graduated from Grand Junction High School, and the Ross Business college. During
Leo's sister, Alma Cernell, tells of that fateful day. It was Leo's 18th birthday although the paper say it was his 19th. The day started with him making
2013 CO National Monument Winter Road Info
What was it and why did it impact Glade Park so deeply?
Who knows what happened on December 12, 1933 that had an earth shaking impact on the community of Glade Park, Colorado? Please put your guesses and comments
Put the Glade Park Store on your Christmas Shopping list! Theresa has a wonderful line of honey products, from soap to scents.
April 17, 1946–Oct. 3, 2013 Alden Mark Bertroch, 67, of Glade Park, passed away Oct. 3, 2013, doing one of the things he loved most: riding his Harley
I live north of the store, just north of BS Rd and west of 16 1/2 Rd. Coyotes are pretty vocal at night in this area particularly in the trail canyon
Cautionary tales about roping, tackling or petting a deer.
Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013 Coates Creek School Clean-up Day In preparation for the annual fundraising breakfast Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013 Annual Coates
Annual Coates Creek School Pancake Breakfast - WARNING: WE RECOMMEND COMING UP LITTLE PARK ROAD, SINCE THE TOUR OF THE MOON BIKE RACE IS ON THE CO NATIONAL MONUMENT THAT DAY. Please do not let it d
National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 6, 2013 13-14 Colorado National Monument Fruita, Colorado 81521
National Monument by KREX News Room by Jordan Sherman Story Created: Aug 2, 2013 at 12:13 PM MDT Story Updated: Aug 2, 2013 at 12:13 PM MDT GRAND JUNCTION,
My wife and I are lucky enough to own a slice of heaven just south off 9.8 road. Recently the weekend of 6-29-13 our small little cabin and property was
Glade Park Cowboy Poetry Festival Saturday, July 13, 2013 Place: Behind the Community Center Building on 16.5 Rd .2 mile north of Glade Park Store (formerly
Glade Park Celebrates Bridge Completion by KREX News Room by Amanda Brandeis Story Created: Jun 28, 2013 at 7:46 PM MDT Story Updated: Jun 28, 2013 at
Hopefully, some folks will respond to this. It's a request for Glade Parkers' thoughts on the plans to upgrade the Monument to a National Park. What benefit
I have driven down from Canada for the NJCAA world series and through a local contact found out about your movie under the stars. Personally I would have
Family friendly movies under a cool blanket of stars, with FOOD and pre-show entertainment.. Benefits Glade Park Volunteer Fire Department.
Here is the Movie for Friday, June 7th Bedtime Stories - PG Gold Sponsors: Bieser Creek Cattle, LLC Goodwin Septic Tank Service, LLC Mountain Island
Udall Encouraging Western Slope Residents to Attend Wildfire Workshop by KREX News Room by Kristina Kuestner Story Created: May 10, 2013 at 10:59 PM MDT
If you are interested in hearing sermons from the Glade Park Bible Church Pastor Paul Lehman and guests go to http://sermon.net/gladeparkbiblechurch
Whenever winter starts to wear on me I go back to this enchanting Navajo chant for inspiration...
Come deer with the black tail.
Come before the long cold night.
Come to my singing. Come to my song.
The time of the fallen leaf is passed
Time of mountain maple red, oak brown.
Second Summer is passed and gone.
Now the weasel turns white,
White as the mountain tops.
We have made the lodges snug.
We have sewed warm moccasins and leggings.
We are not the frog or the turtle,
Who bury themselves and never know winter.
We walk like men even when the white storm
Closes us inside a small world.
We know the white world and the green world.
We know the cold world and the warm world.
We do not hide from the sky, because it is cold
Or because the sun is tired and the wind is whips.
We are the People..."
On Thanksgiving morning our neighbor Pat Osberg went for a walk, which in itself is not news, except that Pat has alzheimers and was lost for almost 24
Glade Park Country Christmas is coming. Arts and Craft Show Dec. 15, 10-2 at the Community Center For more info call Glenda 434-5414 Christmas Dance
Coates Creek School Cookbook: old family recipes to preserve a historic one room schoolhouse.
Colorado National Monument News Release MONUMENT TO PERMIT ONE-WAY VEHICLE TRAFFIC DURING RIM ROCK MARATHON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2012 Rim Rock Drive
Bible Study Starting October 30-- God is Closer Than You Think by John Ortberg. Glade Park Bible Church 7:00 at the Community Center Video series will
Glade Park Bible Church invites the community to an Ice Cream Social October 23 at 6:30 p.m. Come enjoy some ice cream and visit with your neighbors.
Saturday, October 6, will be a busy day.
* Coates Creek School Pancake Breakfast 7:00 am - 1:00 pm See details on Community Events Calender posted below.
*A new recreational bicycle event titled “Tour of the Moon” will travel through Colorado National Monument.
To safely accommodate the touring cyclists, motorized traffic will temporarily not be permitted inthe west bound lane between 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
All west bound vehicle traffic heading to Glade Park (DS Road Turn Off) between the hours of 7:30a.m. – 9:30 a.m. should plan to use Little Park Road.
The touring cyclists will travel from the east entrance (Grand Junction) to the west entrance (Fruita) over Rim Rock Drive and will be restricted to cycling in the west bound lane only.
Motor vehicles traveling east bound on Rim Rock Drive will be facilitated.
Glade Park residents will be able to drive on Rim Rock Drive from the DS Road downhill to the Monument’s east entrance.
I just found a 5 day time lapse video of the Waldo Canyon fire that burned part of Colorado Springs. 5 days are reduced down to a little over 15 minutes and it is really worth watching. It helps you see why wildfires are so tricky to put out, because it keeps moving around, looking like it is about over, then flaring up again somewhere else.
I have posted the link to the Glade Park Volunteer Fire Department page. After reading the part about donating and/or volunteering, which all Glade Park residents should to, you can scroll down the the Firewise link, where you can find the Waldo Canyon time lapse video, AND wonderful information and resources for getting pro-active, and doing all you can to prepare to save your home in case a wildfire goes through your area. Don't just sit and worry - do what you can to prepare - for your property, then volunteer and donate to Glade Park Volunteer Fire Department. They cannot do it alone.
Anna L. Rhyne, 92, Grand Junction, died May 21, 2012, at Hospice Care Center. A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. July 15 in the Glade Park Cemetery.
The Saga of How a Rural Post Office Survived
It is most definately summmer! Heat rises in waves from the asphalt strip that cuts through the high desert landscape. The calendar still says spring,
As concern for wild fires grows, we have been talking about what we could do to be preventative and prepared. Perhaps this could be the start of a forum
Here is a picture i have of John Henry Miracle, who was the son of Thomas J Miracle and Amanda Thompson with my Great Aunt, Flora Mae Ricks, not sure of
Current news of Glade Park & Piñon Mesa fires
Anna Louise Rhyne March 24, 1920 - May 21, 2012 Anna L. Rhyne a life long resident of Mesa County and widow of Glade Park pioneer, Curtis Rhyne, passed