Save Luke Fund Published in Monday’s July 21st Issue of The Dailey Telegraph-Tribune

Save Luke Fund Published in Monday’s July 21st Issue of The Dailey Telegraph-Tribune.

Friday’s News Today from the Western Slope of the Rockies

The Dailey Globe

July 18, 2014 – Riders In The Sky Day in Rifle!! – Friday’s Sunrise Edition

Bulletin: Local News Hot Flashes

 

    • The “Save Luke Fund” has been formed by five Board of Directors to help a disabled resident with medical, rehabilitation, and legal costs. Helpful people may submit non-deductible donations in care of the First Bank on Grand Avenue (located south of Kim’s Consignment, Turtle’s, Taco Bell, andnorth of the new Sweet Coloradough and Bradley-Sinclair gas) to Dailey Account # 2671-22-3148.
  • New illustrator/political cartoonist sought for The Dailey Sun newspapers. Interested parties and agents should correspond to P. O. Box 777, Glenwood Springs, Colorado (81602-0777) for The Dailey Globe/Planet/Telegraph, Times-Tribune, Chronicle, and Sun-Times position. Applicants must be at least 14 years-old.
  • Glenwood Hot Springs to be featured in the next Sunday issue. Keep an eye out for the July 27th edition of “The Dailey Times-Tribune.”
  • Also on the 27th is the Wedding Reception of the Dailey Sun’s Publisher Buck Dailey.

 

There are two (2) seats available at the tables set at the Village Inn that Sunday afternoon. Interested in joining the lottery? E-mail your contact information directly to Buck (at dadailey@yahoo.com). You may be chosen to help eat a splendid two-layer wedding cake prepared by Sweet Coloradough. Yep, there will be a no-host bar at Buck and his Bride’s (her name remains confidential) wedding reception.

  • Hacienda El Patron has terrific, authentic Mexican food in New Castle. Well worth the scenic drive to 201 West Main Street (haciendaelpatron@gmail.com). This is only about a 15 minute drive on I-70 west of Glenwood Springs.
  • Reserve a dinner at the Vaudeville Revue: (970) 945-9699 or www.gvrshow.com.
  • Colorado State Troopers find four suspects. About 2:30 p.m. on Monday, two trooper cars pulled over a white sedan with four suspects. This was after a weekend of widespread major vandalism in the community. For instance, one thrift shop on the south side of Glenwood Springs and the Enterprise rental car agency suffered thousands of dollars of property losses.

 

  • Riders in the Sky – Ute Theatre – 132 East Fourth Street (4th St.) This Friday – July 18, 2014, in Rifle, Colorado – Already A Sellout! Delightful and entertaining musicians!
    • Luke is no longer in critical condition. Chronicle and The Dailey Planet Reporter “Lois Lane” writes that Luke has broken his pelvis, has come out of a coma, and will remain in an undisclosed Denver hospital for a longer period of time. Luke was helicoptered from Valley View Medical and Cancer Center on the night of Wednesday, July 1, following a 15 to 30-foot fall from the Grand Avenue-State Highway 82 Colorado River pedestrian bridge. Onlookers reported that police may have waited over 3 to 23 minutes after Luke’s fall to call for ambulance assistance.
    • Joe continues his European pilgrimage. Although the Dailey Sun-Times’ Publisher was unable to travel farther east of the Rocky Mountains on June 9th, his best man Josef Paul Kocy visited Vatican City during the week of July 6th and was in Venice this past Monday. Note his fine photo of the altar inside St. Mary’s Church in Venice. Prayers to St. Mary saved the City of Venice from a major plague during the 15th Century.
    • Vaudeville on Grand Avenue in Glenwood Springs. Dinner theatre seating still available for this coming Friday, Saturday, and Sunday the 19th. Funny, fun, laughter!
  • From “Sweet Coloradough” — South Glenwood Springs, Coloradough 81602-2430

 

Travis – of the town’s 7-11 Grand Avenue Shop – was sighted inside this bakery before 6 a.m. Saturday. What donut variety he ordered to consume is protected by our 2nd Amendment rights. If you want to know, go ask him yourself!

  • Merkel displaces Barack Obama as “Leader of the Free World.” Already the combined economic influence with the federation of former lands of Nazi Germany and Communist Germany had supplanted the United States of America as #1 in the world. Now that Germany has won the 2014 FIFA World Cup of international soccer from the likes of South America, Prime Minister Andrea Merkel is now the most powerful political person on earth (despite the fact that the USA armed forces are superior and the Israeli intelligence community is slightly more advanced).

 

The motto of “The Dailey Sun” is ‘Feliz! Feliz! Feliz!’ or ‘Happy, happy, happy!’

 

 

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State Troopers, Riders in the Sky, Vaudeville, Hot Springs, and other Summer Fun

Today’s Dailey Chronicle

7-14-14  -  Happy Bastille Day, Frenchy!  -  Monday Sunset Edition

Bulletin: Local News Hot Flashes

 

    • The “Save Luke Fund” has been formed by five Board of Directors to help a disabled resident with medical, rehabilitation, and legal costs. Helpful people may submit non-deductible donations in care of the First Bank on Grand Avenue (located south of Kim’s Consignment, Turtle’s, Taco Bell, and north of the new Sweet Coloradough and Bradley-Sinclair gas) to Dailey Account # 2671-22-3148.
  • New illustrator/political cartoonist sought for The Dailey Sun newspapers. Interested parties and agents should correspond to P. O. Box 777, Glenwood Springs, Colorado (81602-0777) for The Dailey Globe/Planet/Telegraph, Times-Tribune, Chronicle, and Sun-Times position. Applicants must be at least 14 years-old.
  • Glenwood Hot Springs to be featured in the next Sunday issue. Keep an eye out for the July 20th edition of “The Dailey Times-Tribune.”
  • Hacienda El Patron has terrific, authentic Mexican food in New CastleWell worth the scenic drive to 201 West Main Street (haciendaelpatron@gmail.com).  This is only about a 15 minute drive on I-70 west of Glenwood Springs.
  • Reserve a dinner at the Vaudeville Revue: (970) 945-9699 or www.gvrshow.com.
  • Colorado State Troopers find four suspects. About 2:30 p.m. on Monday, two trooper cars pulled over a white sedan with four suspects. This was after a weekend of widespread major vandalism in the community. For instance, one thrift shop on the south side of Glenwood Springs and the Enterprise rental car agency suffered thousands of dollars of property losses.
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  • Riders in the Sky – Ute Theatre – 132 East Fourth Street (4th St.) This Friday – July 18, 2014, in Rifle, Colorado – Already A Sellout! Delightful and entertaining musicians!
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    • Luke is no longer in critical condition. Chronicle and The Dailey Planet Reporter “Lois Lane” writes that Luke has broken his pelvis, has come out of a coma, and will remain in an undisclosed Denver hospital for a longer period of time. Luke was helicoptered from Valley View Medical and Cancer Center on the night of Wednesday, July 1, following a 15 to 30-foot fall from the Grand Avenue-State Highway 82 Colorado River pedestrian bridge. Onlookers reported that police may have waited over 3 to 23 minutes after Luke’s fall to call for ambulance assistance.

 

    • Joe continues his European pilgrimage. Although the Dailey Sun-Times’ Publisher was unable to travel farther east of the Rocky Mountains on June 9th, his best man Josef Paul Kocy visited Vatican City during the week of July 6th and was in Venice this past Monday. Note his fine photo of the altar inside St. Mary’s Church in Venice. Prayers to St. Mary saved the City of Venice from a major plague during the 15th Century.

St. Mary's in Venice

 

    • Vaudeville on Grand Avenue in Glenwood Springs. Dinner theatre seating still available for this coming Friday, Saturday, and Sunday the 19th. Funny, fun, laughter!

 

  • From “Sweet Coloradough” — South Glenwood Springs, Coloradough 81602-2430

Travis – of the town’s 7-11 Grand Avenue Shop – was sighted inside this bakery before 6 a.m. Saturday. What donut variety he ordered to consume is protected by our 2nd Amendment rights. If you want to know, go ask him yourself!

 

  • Merkle displaces Barack Obama as “Leader of the Free World.” Already the combined economy with the federation of former lands of Nazi Germany and Communist Germany had supplanted the United States of America as #1 in the world. Now that Germany has won the 2014 FIFA World Cup of international soccer from the likes of South America, Prime Minister Andrea Merkle is now the most powerful political person on earth (despite the fact that the USA armed forces are superior and the Israeli intelligence community is slightly more advanced).

 

The motto of “The Dailey Sun” is ‘Feliz! Feliz! Feliz!’ or ‘Happy, happy, happy!’

 

 

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issue #2 – the late Sunday edition of The Dailey Sun-Times’ Trib.

The Dailey Times-Tribune

 

photo by Josef Paul Kocy inside St. Mary's Cathedral in Rome

photo by Josef Paul Kocy inside St. Mary’s Cathedral in Rome

– Sunday, July 13, 2014 – Full Moon Edition

Bulletin: Local News Hot Flashes

    • Riders in the Sky – Ute Theatre – 132 East Fourth Street (4th St.) This Friday – July 18, 2014, in Rifle, Colorado – Already A Sellout! Delightful and entertaining musicians!
    • Vaudeville on Grand Avenue in Glenwood Springs. Dinner theatre seating still available for this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday the 20th. Funny, fun, laughter! Only $22 for seniors.
    • “Save Luke Fund” formed to help disabled resident with medical, rehabilitation, and legal costs. Helpful people may submit non-deductible donations in care of First Bank on Grand Avenue (located south of Kim’s Consignment, Turtle’s, Taco Bell, andnorth of the new Sweet Coloradough and Bradley-Sinclair) to Account # 2671-22-3148.
  • New illustrator/political cartoonist sought for The Dailey Sun newspapers. Interested parties and agents should correspond to P. O. Box 777, Glenwood Springs, Colorado (81602-0777) for The Dailey Globe/Planet/Telegraph, Times-Tribune, Chronicle, and Sun-Times position. Applicants must be at least 14 years-old.
  • Glenwood Hot Springs to be featured in our second Sunday issue. Keep an eye out for the July 20th edition of “The Dailey Times-Tribune.” All about the centerpiece, blessed waters, and jewel of our community,
  • Por Christo con el y en el, Dios Padre omniputente, en la unidad del Espiritu Santo.
  • 3rd Place in the FIFA World Cup goes to Holland! Brazil fell behind 2-0 early in the first half and lost another home game… remember, Brazil 0, Mexico 0!!! Sometimes, a tie is better than a win.
  • Argentina win in World Cup soccer from Brazil over Ex-Nazi and Communist Germany to be celebrated by Pope Francis I in Rome and by fellow Roman Catholics, other believers, and non-believers at the 19th Street Bar and Diner.  
  • Also you must check out ‘Trattoria Ciao’ better known as Trattoria Pizzeria Dionisia, located below the west-sidewalk at 805 Grand Avenue. Go Argentina!
  • By the way, the Germans won 1-0 during extra time (the first overtime period, period.)

The motto of “The Dailey Sun” is ‘Feliz! Feliz! Feliz!’ or ‘Happy, happy, happy!’

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  • Gas-convenience store robbery Sunday, July 6, at approximately 3:45 a.m. More information to follow from Sinclair Oil. Over $2,000.00 stolen! Meanwhile, the likely robbery at one Grand Junction shop never happened.
  • Homesteaders ousted last Monday. As warned, over a dozen Americans were rousted from the “Boy Scout” camp they have been stewarding for over one year.  This was perhaps the last camp of its kind in the United States. Homesteading was very popular and socially acceptable during the first two centuries of American life. [We repeat: These nice people lost their home!]
  • Luke is no longer in critical condition. Sun-Times and The Dailey Planet Reporter “Lois Lane” writes that Luke has many injuries, has come out of a coma, and will remain in an undisclosed Denver hospital. Luke was helicoptered from Valley View Medical and Cancer Center on the night of Wednesday, July 1, following a 15 to 30-foot fall from the Grand Avenue-State Highway 82 Colorado River pedestrian bridge. Luke continues to feel better each day following surgeries to his head, pelvis, and torso.
  • Joe continues his European pilgrimage. Although the Dailey Sun-Times’ Publisher was unable to travel farther east of the Rocky Mountains on June 9th, his best man Josef Paul Kocy visited Vatican City during the week of July 6th.  Nearby St. Mary’s Cathedral is pictured below (or is it on page 3?).
  • Scavenger hunt by Denver area teens proves challenging. On Saturday, July 12th, six young adults from Lakewood, Colorado, spent hours trying to figure out all the clues one of their fathers wrote up. The teens were spotted along the 700 block of Grand Avenue about 2:30 p.m. and found wandering near the 7th Street Pavilion about 8 o’clock. At that time they had completed six of the eleven tasks. This is a terrific idea; if any readers would like to write up a dozen scavenger hunt clue, The Dailey Sun-Times would happily publish it in a future issue.
  • Slope and Hatch has been a fine spot to watch the World Cup soccer this season. Their fresh ingredients on tacos and other specialties are delicious any time of the year.
  • Betting Line: Midnight Mike has already set the numbers for the opening day of the regular NFL season. Imagine the defending AFC Champions are a 2.5 point underdog and are likely to hit the Western Conference cellar with the Chiefs and Chargers, first thing in September. Midnight Mike has enjoyed success since he was ‘reborn’ on the same date as the 1985 Super Bowl between the Bears and Patriots. So, Midnight Mike guarantees that when the Denver Broncos play the first official day at the new Levis Stadium in Santa Clara, California, the San Francisco Forty-Niners will be 2.5 point favorites; the over/under has been set at 46.5 total points. Place your bets sports fans!
  • OMG, look at the beauty on the ceiling . . .

 

St. Maria's Cathedral

St. Maria’s Cathedral

 

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Inaugeral Issue of The Dailey Sun-Times Newspapers’ “The Dailey Planet”, dated 7-11-2014

The Dailey Planet – Friday, July 11, 2014

Bulletin: Local News Hot Flashes

 

    • Christine Haack celebrates another birthday. She is ___ today. Let’s just say that Chrissy is over 50.
    • “Save Luke Fund” formed to help disabled resident with medical, rehabilitation, and legal costs. Helpful people may submit non-deductible donations in care of First Bank on Grand Avenue (located south of Kim’s Consignment, Turtles, Taco Bell, and Bradley-Sinclair; north of the new Sweet Coloradough) to Account # 2671-22-3148.
  • New reporter signs on with The Dailey Sun newspapers. A long-time resident and Christian became the fifth local to become an “undercover writer” for The Dailey Globe/Planet/Telegraph-Tribune, Chronicle, and Sun-Times.
  • Glenwood Hot Springs closed down.  By 10:00 p.m. the medicinal pools were closed on July 8th. Tourists from New Jersey were locked out and forced to leave for Moab, Utah, instead. The young boy’s mother also complained how expensive tickets cost her family.

 

  • Today is “7-11 Day” at the Glenwood Springs Colorado 7-11 on Grand Avenue at 11th Street. Stop in for special surprises, like free Slurpees.
  • Catholic Charities get a boost. The Archdiocese of Denver is in the process of hiring a new employee to handle administrative matters in their office inside the original 1885 St. Stephen’s Roman Catholic Church at Grand Avenue and 10th Street. Financial tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated. May God bless you and all the American citizens and immigrants they help with the grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Argentina win this Sunday in World Cup soccer from Brazil to be celebrated by Pope Francis I in Rome and by fellow Roman Catholics, other believers, and non-believers at the 19th Street Bar and Diner. It is believed that there are more descendants of the Nazis on the German National Team who defeated the Brazilians 7-1 last Tuesday. Meanwhile, the “Dutch boys” lost the other world semifinal 0 to 0 because Argentina scored on four post-extra time penalty kicks.


The motto of “The Dailey Sun” is ‘Felix! Felix! Felix!’ or ‘Happy, happy, happy!’

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  • Gas-convenience store robbery Sunday, July 6, at approximately 3:45 a.m. More information to follow from Sinclair Oil. Perhaps over $2,000.00 stolen!
  • Homesteaders ousted last Monday. As warned, over a dozen Americans were rousted from the camp they have been stewarding for over one year.  It is rumored that the daily use of cannabis clouded the residents’ judgment. This was perhaps the last camp of its kind in the United States. Homesteading was very popular and socially acceptable during the first two centuries of American life.
  • Luke is no longer in critical condition. Sun-Times and The Dailey Planet Reporter “Lois Lane” writes that Luke has many injuries, has come out of a coma, and will remain in an undisclosed Denver hospital for a longer period of time. Luke was helicoptered from Valley View Medical and Cancer Center on the night of Wednesday, July 1, following a 15 to 30-foot fall from the ill and in-disrepair Grand Avenue-State Highway 82 Colorado River pedestrian bridge. Onlookers reported that police may have waited over 3 to 23 minutes after Luke’s fall to call for ambulance assistance.
  • Joe continues his European pilgrimage. Although the Dailey Sun-Times’ Publisher was unable to travel farther east of the Rocky Mountains on June 9th, his best man Josef Paul Kocy visited Vatican City during the week of July 6th. J. Paul’s photograph of St. Paul’s Tomb is included in this issue, below. It is written that St. Paul’s head is elsewhere.

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Not Drinking a Fifth on this Fifth

New Castle 4th of July Weekend

Our first two-and-a-half early morning hours along the Western Slope of Colorado’s New Castle Main Street gave me a truly quiet time among the Burning Mountain area earthly neighbors – birds and other varmints – after six fine hours of sleep (despite the loud freight train at 12:30 a.m.) and a special U.S.A. 4th with the city folk of nearby Glenwood Springs and thousands of tourists flocking the grounds of the Hotel Colorado (off Pine Street along the north side of the Colorado River) and Indian fabled therapeutic pools of the hot springs.

One gets a great feeling when Billy Joel’s “Honesty … is such a lonely word …” plays through thy head after a holiday of light boozing, great sandwich food, soul searching, hiking with about 200 pounds of gear, and frank discussions with Americans and world soccer fans (by the way, the East and West Germans defeated the fickle French one to nothing yesterday; therefore, the trademark rights to French Toast now belong to the German Government – Now kids must relearn how to order German Toast with butter and American-real Maple syrup; Also from the FIFA World Cup 2014, the tournament 3 to 1 favorite Brazil outlasted fellow South Americans – the Columbian drug lords – Two goals to only one official score in a very well, cleanly-played match-up).

We still love the 18 to 1 Argentinians to win it all this Sunday beginning at 2 p.m. North American Rocky Mountain Daylight Time.

20131006_134304[1]The Pope’s home team can beat the Dutch then best either Brazil or Germany!

Then, free drinks at the Spring’s 19th Street Café back bar afterwards courtesy of the Pope’s Holy Roman Catholic Church… we pray!

 

 

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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

 

 

To The Vatican

Office of Pope Francis I

Roma, Italia

 

 

Dear Your Holiness Pope Francis I:

 

Would you please come visit the United States among my Catholic and unchurched friends in Glenwood Springs, Colorado (St. Stephen’s in the Archdiocese of Denver) and East Palo Alto, California (St. Francis of Assisi’s in the Archdiocese of San Francisco). Your grace, I cannot visit you or any European shrines, like San Sebastian this year due to my health, thus would you please come here to pray with us?

 

Our parish in East Palo Alto will again be celebrating from Friday the 3rd until dark on Sunday, October 5, 2014, the annual feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. 2013 was my first year in Father Ed’s, Msgr. John, and Pastor Father Larry Goode’s parish and I really had fun. You would find St. Francis full of life – our parishioners are largely Hispanic, with many Pacific Island (Tongan), Black, White, and Asian-Americans -  in a very poor and relatively dangerous neighborhood ironically immediately adjacent to Silicon Valley USA and wealthy corporations like Facebook.

 

My new parish is St. Stephen’s – located beautifully about 3 hours west of Denver and some 100 miles west of the North American Continental Divide along the Colorado River and the Amtrak Railroad passenger train line – less than a mile south of the famous hot springs. Pastor Father Bert and Father Joseph have been terrific! This town of 9,000 has only fewer than 800 catholics, 1,176 licensed dogs, many stray cats and raccoons, turkey vultures/ ravens, numerous hiking trails, and several Argentinian soccer fans.

 

 

As I sit here outside the ER treatment room that I landed in on June 10th, I am reminded of a joke. My first three days of my “pilgrimage” to European shrines, the Holy Land, and the Holy See (The Vatican) were like the comedian Bill Murray’s movie “Groundhog Day.”

I started three consecutive days going to the Woodside, California Branch of Chase Manhattan Bank to resolve issues with my blue debit card. Thank God for their help!

Ironically, even today (Day 27), the Chase card does not work without funds available.

 

Thanks be to God that I have escaped another living environment with potentially inhumane behavior and negative connotations.  The bottom line nowadays – others realize this factoid too when it is often too late – is not about money, even when we are dealing with big business matters. Your Holiness, I appreciate everything you have done to promote human rights, peace particularly in Israel, Roman Catholic dogma reform, and facilitating more resources for the disabled, poor, elderly, children, other primates and mammals, the sick, and the otherwise disadvantaged throughout our modern world.

 

Thank you for your consideration. I am feeling better already just by knowing you are there for all Catholics and for all of humanity. I shall keep reminding others to continue to pray for you and to take our concerns first in prayer to The Lord.

 

                                                                        Sincerely yours,

 

 

 

                                                                        D. A. F. N. “Buck” Dailey

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Cc:             Mary Christine Dailey Schultz (Chicago)

                  Archbishop Samuel (Denver)

                  Archbishop Salvatore (San Francisco)

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                  Pastor Father Lawrence (California)

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                  Readers of “The Dailey Sun”

 

My Pilgrimage to San Sebastian Has Brought Me This Far – Glenwood Crossing / Defiance, West Colorado

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Sunday, June 29, 2014

6:30 a.m. MDT / 0830 hours EDT

 

 

To Whom It May Frickin’ Concern . . .

 

Dear Sirs, Madams, Kiddoes, and Pooches:

I have been wondering what has kept me from finding my annual goal to travel toward the holy of the holies in Spain (San Sebastian), France (‘Our Lady of Bordeaux’), Israel (Holy Land), Greece (Classic Philosophy and Architecture), Germany (Bavarian Bruggners), and Italy (Tuscany and The Vatican). Good thing God has a sense of humor because I find myself in funny predicaments daily.

 

Read ahead and feel free to give me your feedback.
Pilgrim Itinerary:

(exact dates and times, confidential)

Woodside, California N.A. (WDS) –to–  Menlo Park, California (MP)

DAY I  Thursday, June 5, 2014 A. D.

– So What Happened?  Hiked ten (10) miles; go to all three Chase Manhattan Bank branches in Woodside, West Menlo Park, and downtown Menlo Park; Hope against hope about getting to my destination as old buddy Joe is reportedly already touring in Seville, Spain. The San Sebastian hike and shrine is the first major planned stop on my Dailey pilgrimage toward Europa.w/ Kristie; Hike eleven (11) mil

 

WDS – MP  DAY II  Friday, June 6th – D Day + 60 years –  Hike and Search, Detainment outside CoAmerica Bank (Oak Grove Avenue branch & Sequere) by Menlo Park Police Department

 

WDS – EPA  DAY III  Saturday, June 7, 2014  –

EPA – SF  DAY III SamTrans 397/Caltrain XXX to arrive in San Francisco, Northern Cali, N.A., at midnight; Met Kevin at Palo Alto station; 11 buck ride with 4 bags to Hyatt Regency Embarcadero; Walk to Chinese Hospital for Dr. Joe Woo’s thumb splint; Amtrak office opens up 35 minutes late; kudos to 7-11 who sells half cases of bananas and $4.17 packs of Pall Malls;

 

SF  –  EMY   DAY IV – Bus crosses the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in record time; meet many folks in the Emeryville Depot; Just today we found out Sis won’t be in town when I visit Chicagoland;  so goes the wisdom of this Pentecost Sunday.

 

EMY — SLC  DAY IV  –  Attack of pine nuts at lunch; Martin’ entertains; Kid  mailed from Sacramento; Took weird nap between Truckee and Reno awoke without watch; Menlo Press is not listed; Outskirts Press books unable to be ordered; Egg sausage muffin and Amtrak coffee for dinner. My phone went out of order last night. Why? It is Day 4, not Day 10.

 

SLC  –  GSC (Glenwood Springs, Colorado)  “DAY FIVE” Sell all securities on the market!

Just cannot eat enough bananas, sleep, or smoke at all. That woman’s voice is wearing thin on me; can’t wait to get off the train. Oops, Sis finds out it is cancer. Noon drop off at The Hotel Denver.

Walk the town and plan for Pope Francis’ visit. Do the laundry [UP until past Midnight PDT/3 a.m. Eastern Time]… But too important to resolve 3 pairs of really, dirty, filthy jeans and socks!!!

 

 

GSC – NEB   DAY VI – High temps forecasted as 80 degrees around Colorado and accompanied by the full, high altitude summer Sun… It is only 12 days until Summer Solstice!  Wake up call at 0630 hours [that is 3:30 a.m. EDT] and go to Mass at St. Stephen’s in Glenwood Springs, Garfield County, Colorado!!!

 

Detour: Re-ticketed after ER trip to Valley Medical Center and Downtown Drug store. Weekly Farmers’ Market celebration in Centennial Park from 4 to 9 p.m. MDT, located across from the future home of Country Corner Deli & Market at 895 Grand Avenue (at 9th). It is 9:30 p.m. and things are back to normal at Centennial Park, dedicated in 1985.

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY VII – To Do List: 1) Apply for job at Post, 2) Get meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Mail to Menlo Press, 4) Call Sis, 5) E-Mail Father Ed and Pastor Larry, 6)

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY VIII – Wednesday To Do List: 1) Apply for job at Post, 2) Get meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Mail to Menlo Press, 4) Call Sis, 5) E-Mail Father Ed and Pastor Larry, 6)

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY IX – Thursday’s To Do List: 1) Apply for job at Post, 2) Get meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Mail to Menlo Press, 4) Call Sis, 5) E-Mail Father Ed and Pastor Larry, 6)

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY X –  [Friday the thirteenth] Friday’s To Do List: 1) Go to downtown post office 2) Get ; Q-Var and Ranididine, (2meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Go to Bank of Colorado even though it closes at 1:00, 4) Don’t Call Sis, 5) Do not E-Mail Father Ed and Pastor Larry, etc.

 

** Glenwood Springs  DAY XII – Saturday’s To Do List: 1) Fix door signs and posters at 9th and Grand, 2) Get (2, Q-Var and Ranitidine) meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Mailing materials and collect news rags, 4) Call no one, 5) E-Mail no one, 6) More market research nearer to the Colorado River, 7)

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY XIII – Sunday’s To Do List: 1) Meetings at 7-11, 2) Reservations at the Ramada, 3) Mail to Menlo, 4) Check out Village Inn / and Go, 5) Meet with Pastor at St. Stephens’, 6) See “Second Sunrise” with Pricilla at 7-11, 7) Shower and munch-out at Feed My Sheep in the basement on Grand Avenue, 8) Attend four masses and get multiple Fathers’ Day blessings, 9) Sleep at the north side Ramada for free until three.

 

Glenwood Springs departure via Amtrak about Three – DAY XIV – Monday! – Don’t forget the California Zephyr from Chicago back to the Bay Area, Sit in at Occupy Glenwood Crossing!!!

 

After Midnight of Day XVon Westbound Zephyr through the great Salt Lake City: Our Zephyr is running about three hours late. Passengers have been abandoned and the Club Car majestically run by John is closed. Dozens of passengers board at the Salt Lake City Terminal as fewer than that number get to Utah only knowing that their pick-up rides have left on-time without them. By 2 a.m. MDT, it is raining. By 6:10 a.m. PDT, I am up and at them!

 

 

DAY FIFTEEN - Amtrak puts three buses of us off the California bound Zephyr and we go with Albert to Martinez and SF. I must borrow $140.00 to grab a SF Taxi from the Financial District of SF to West Menlo Park. Tuesday Evening Arrival at the Ferry Building amidst Rush Hour – Reservation at We Hope Primate Warming Shelter in East Palo Alto at 1858 Bay Road; postponed.

 

On the westbound train – DAY 16 of the Catholic pilgrimage – Tuesday, June 16 – 8:00 mass at St. Francis of Assisi Church. Eat luncheon at the East Palo Alto Senior Center. Hike to Woodside Mail Office and Chase Manhattan Bank, early in the a.m.  Take Punjab cab from Buck’s Restaurant to  get  laundry from Ivory in EPA and Debbie in MP and stay near the Country Corner of Northern Cali.

 

DAY XVII – Summer Solstice Eve Eve– Thursday, June 19, 2014 A.D.

Believe it or not…

This is my last night in Woodside of the County of San Mateo!

 

Only three men know where I am spending my last night in this part of the world that I have lived since 1980. Yep, 34 years is more than half of my life and I am not even a Californian. Yep, born and raised in either Northern or Southern Indiana or the West Coast of Florida for the first 24 years of my life before moving to Chicago.

 

Left The Country Corner of Northern California prior to the lunch rush with a chicken salad by Carmen with South America leading Africa 2 to zero.

 

The California Zephyr will take me where I need to go next… to the Strawberry Festival in Garfield County, Colorado. I should arrive in-time for lunch on Saturday [the 2014 day of the Summer Solstice]!!!

 

DAY XVIII – Friday

 

 

DAY XVIV  – Saturday and Almost thrown off the train in Nevada

 

 

 

DAY XX – Sunday Mid-day Arrival for the Strawberry Festival

 

DAY XXI – Monday, June23 – Grandma would be 111 years-old today. Celebrated by going to the early opening of Sweet Coloradough and Mass.

 

DAY XXII – Tuesday, June 24 – Evening was best at Centennial Park, the First Methodist Church, rosary with the Polish-Americans, and softball at Sayre Park.

 

DAY XXIII – Wednesday/Humpday at the overnight post office, Safeway, mass, daycare, library, and dining room. No room at the Hotel Colorado for me, but a slow trip out to the Westside.

 

DAY XXIV – Thursday, June 25 – Housing search begins in earnest at 8 followed by an 11 o’clock mass, and special trip to meet my new gastroenterologist.

 

 

DAY 25 – DAY XXV of the Pilgrimage is up to the last Friday in June before the Fourth of July Weekend. At least I am looking forward to publishing the first “Dailey Sun” due out on 7-3-2014. Missionary Day Number XXV was spent entirely during daylight hours in Rifle, Colorado, with no phone service.

 

Great Farmers Market from 4 to 8 p.m. with a fine four-piece rock and blues band.

 

Awful bus service by the Rat F*ck Transit Authority (RFTA). For five bucks, one cann only get as far as Rifle to ‘Glenwood… not even to the Aspen Hospital. Just to ‘fricken Glenwood Springs Valley View Hospital Emergency Room. “Why bother?” says Adrian. Go figure that he – Adrian – is in-love with the cute little blond with insulting daughter. Joe’s in-love with who?

 

DAY XXVI – Saturday, June 28, 2014 – The morning began at Midnight near the ‘miracle fountain’ of St. Stephen’s Church. The fountain was afoul of red rocks dissolving and missing most all shrine a dozens of coins prayers and wishers had thrown into it. The grasslands are now plagued with mold because of sporadic sprinklering of the extensive lawn way too much in the dark hours of the night and morning. My clothes and paperwork got soaked. Oh my, the shrine now looks like a Chicano hanging laundry drying yard.

 

Spending it –at the 3 a.m. mountain time hour – with the Norwegian Night Auditor Lindsay at The Hotel Colorado.

 

Called Joe B. at 9:30 a.m. Where is Joe now? Come Joe Come to the Gazebo Shelter at Sayre Park!

Just got off my cell with Joe at 10:02, he laughed and said to call him back in one hour… later. At about 4:30 p.m. MDT, I left a voicemail message for him to come before Ellen’s baby shower ends in the adjacent large picnic area.

 

An evening ‘on the town’ was enjoyed with Samantha, Dennis, Travis, and Luke along the Promenade. Not to mention all the fun us guys had at the best Seven-Eleven in the Western Hemisphere on South Grand Avenue.

 

DAY XXVII – “Blessed Day 27 of My Spiritual Mission with God” – This just happens to be the annual weekend celebration of the grand Saints Peter and Paul [otherwise known as Barney and Saul]. It was so damp and cold as I awoke about 0600 hours in the wet, night-sprinklered gazebo. As soon as I could gather my things with my aching body, Helen jumped into the cart and we headed off to the Glenwood Springs Southside Safeway. With refills of java priced at 54 cents, we may be drinking overtime and be late for the Knights of Columbus’ pancake breakfast down in St. Stephens’ Parish Hall after the 8 o’clock high mass. High mass you say? I guess Helen and I better get stoned in between cups of this new African bean coffee offering of Starbuck’s siren.

 

Coming Soon:

Day XXXIII will be Saturday, July 5th at the Vaudeville Review on Grand Avenue!!!

 

** Proposed Itinerary was changed…

NEB – NPV/CHICAGO

  1. (– Proposed DAY XI -) ORD or SBN to  JFK; Then JFK to Barcelona

 

  1. Barcelona to St. Sebastian Mission

 

  1. St. Sebastian to  the  South of France

 

  1. South of France to Paris

 

  1. Paris to London

 

  1. London to Tel Aviv

 

  1. Bethlehem

 

  1. Nazareth

 

  1. Jerusalem

 

  1. Lake Galilee

 

  1. Holy Land to Athens

 

  1. Greece to Italy

 

  1. Italy to Roma

 

  1. Rome to Tuscany and Assisi

 

  1. (Layover)

 

  1. Italy to the United States

 

  1. Re-entry Chicago, Illinois, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Kahalui (Maui), Hawaii, or San Francisco, Northern California

 

 

 

Revision:  June 29, 2014

 

 

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New Pilgrimage to The East

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Thursday, June 20, 2014

1:00 a.m. PDT / 0200 hours MDT

 

 

To Whom It May ___

 

 

Dear Sirs, Madams, Kiddoes, and Pooches:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pilgrim Itinerary:

 

(exact dates and times, confidential)

 

WDS – MP  DAY I  Thursday, June 5, 2014 A. D.  — Hike ten (10) miles; go to Chase Manhattan branches in Woodside, West Menlo Park, and downtown Menlo Park;w/ Kristie; Hike eleven (11) mil

 

WDS – MP  DAY II  Friday, June 6th – D Day + 60 years –  Hike and Search, Detainment outside CoAmerica Bank (Oak Grove Avenue branch & Sequere) by Menlo Park Police Department

 

WDS – EPA  DAY III  Saturday, June 7, 2014  – 

 

EPA – SF  DAY III SamTrans 397/Caltrain XXX  to arrive in San Francisco, Northern Cali, N.A., at midnight; Met Kevin at Palo Alto station; 11 buck ride with 4 bags to Hyatt Regency Embarcadero; Walk to Chinese Hospital for Dr. Joe Woo’s thumb splint; Amtrak office opens up 35 minutes late; kudos to 7-11 who sells half cases of bananas and $4.17 packs of Pall Malls;

 

SF  –  EMY   DAY IV – Bus crosses the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in record time; meet many folks in the Emeryville Depot; Just today we found out Sis won’t be in town when I visit Chicagoland;  so goes the wisdom of this Pentecost Sunday.

 

EMY — SLC  DAY IV  –  Attack of pine nuts at lunch; Martin’ entertains; Kid  mailed from Sacramento; Took weird nap between Truckee and Reno awoke without watch; Menlo Press is not listed; Outskirts Press books unable to be ordered; Egg sausage muffin and Amtrak coffee for dinner. My phone went out of order last night. Why? It is Day 4, not Day 10.

 

SLC  –  GSC (Glenwood Springs, Colorado)  “DAY FIVE” Sell all securities on the market!

Just cannot eat enough bananas, sleep, or smoke at all. That woman’s voice is wearing thin on me; can’t wait to get off the train. Oops, Sis finds out it is cancer. Noon drop off at The Hotel Denver.

Walk the town and plan for Pope Francis’ visit. Do the laundry [UP until past Midnight PDT/3 a.m. Eastern Time]… But too important to resolve 3 pairs of really, dirty, filthy jeans and socks!!!

 

 

GSC – NEB   DAY VI – High temps forecasted as 80 degrees around Colorado and accompanied by the full, high altitude summer Sun… It is only 12 days until Summer Solstice!  Wake up call at 0630 hours [that is 3:30 a.m. EDT] and go to Mass at St. Stephen’s in Glenwood Springs, Garfield County, Colorado!!!

 

Detour: Re-ticketed after ER trip to Valley Medical Center and Downtown Drug store. Weekly Farmers’ Market celebration in Centennial Park from 4 to 9 p.m. MDT, located across from the future home of Country Corner Deli & Market at 895 Grand Avenue (at 9th). It is 9:30 p.m. and things are back to normal at Centennial Park, dedicated in 1985.

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY VII – To Do List: 1) Apply for job at Post, 2) Get meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Mail to Menlo Press, 4) Call Sis, 5) E-Mail Father Ed and Pastor Larry, 6)

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY VIII – Wednesday To Do List: 1) Apply for job at Post, 2) Get meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Mail to Menlo Press, 4) Call Sis, 5) E-Mail Father Ed and Pastor Larry, 6)

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY IX – Thursday’s To Do List: 1) Apply for job at Post, 2) Get meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Mail to Menlo Press, 4) Call Sis, 5) E-Mail Father Ed and Pastor Larry, 6)

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY X –  [Friday the thirteenth] Friday’s To Do List: 1) Go to downtown post office 2) Get ; Q-Var and Ranididine, (2meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Go to Bank of Colorado even though it closes at 1:00, 4) Don’t Call Sis, 5) Do not E-Mail Father Ed and Pastor Larry, etc.

 

** Glenwood Springs  DAY XII – Saturday’s To Do List: 1) Fix door signs and posters at 9th and Grand, 2) Get (2, Q-Var and Ranitidine) meds at Downtown Drug, 3) Mailing materials and collect news rags, 4) Call no one, 5) E-Mail no one, 6) More market research nearer to the Colorado River, 7)

 

Glenwood Springs  DAY XIII – Sunday’s To Do List: 1) Meetings at 7-11, 2) Reservations at the Ramada, 3) Mail to Menlo, 4) Check out Village Inn / and Go, 5) Meet with Pastor at St. Stephens’, 6) See “Second Sunrise” with Pricilla at 7-11, 7) Shower and munch-out at Feed My Sheep in the basement on Grand Avenue, 8) Attend four masses and get multiple Fathers’ Day blessings, 9) Sleep at the north side Ramada for free until three.

 

Glenwood Springs departure via Amtrak about Three – DAY XIV – Monday! – Don’t forget the California Zephyr from Chicago back to the Bay Area, Sit in at Occupy Glenwood Crossing!!!

 

After Midnight of Day XV on Westbound Zephyr through the great Salt Lake City: Our Zephyr is running about three hours late. Passengers have been abandoned and the Club Car majestically run by John is closed. Dozens of passengers board at the Salt Lake City Terminal as fewer than that number get to Utah only knowing that their pick-up rides have left on-time without them. By 2 a.m. MDT, it is raining. By 6:10 a.m. PDT, I am up and at them!

 

 

DAY FIFTEEN  -  Amtrak puts three buses of us off the California bound Zephyr and we go with Albert to Martinez and SF. I must borrow $140.00 to grab a SF Taxi from the Financial District of SF to West Menlo Park. Tuesday Evening Arrival at the Ferry Building amidst Rush Hour – Reservation at We Hope Primate Warming Shelter in East Palo Alto at 1858 Bay Road; postponed.

 

On the westbound train – DAY 16 of the Catholic pilgrimage – Tuesday, June 16 – 8:00 mass at St. Francis of Assisi Church. Eat luncheon at the East Palo Alto Senior Center. Hike to Woodside Mail Office and Chase Manhattan Bank, early in the a.m.  Take Punjab cab from Buck’s Restaurant to                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 get  laundry from Ivory in EPA and Debbie in MP and stay near the Country Corner of Northern Cali.

 

DAY XVII – Summer Solstice Eve – Thursday, June 20, 2014 A.D.

Believe it or not…

This is my last night in Woodside of the County of San Mateo!

 

Only three men know where I am spending my last night in this part of the world that I have lived since 1980. Yep, 34 years is more than half of my life and I am not even a Californian. Yep, born and raised in either Northern or Southern Indiana or the West Coast of Florida for the first 24 years of my life before moving to Chicago.

 

The California Zephyr will take me where I need to go next… to the Strawberry Festival in Garfield County, Colorado. I should arrive in-time for lunch on Saturday [the 2014 day of the Summer Solstice]!!!

 

** NEB – NPV/CHICAGO – Proposed DAY XI -

 

  1. ORD or SBN to  JFK; Then JFK to Barcelona

 

  1. Barcelona to St. Sebastian Mission

 

  1. St. Sebastian to  the  South of France

 

  1. South of France to Paris

 

  1. Paris to London

 

  1. London to Tel Aviv

 

  1. Bethlehem

 

  1. Nazareth

 

  1. Jerusalem

 

  1. Lake Galilee

 

  1. Holy Land to Athens

 

  1. Greece to Italy

 

  1. Italy to Roma

 

  1. Rome to Tuscany and Assisi

 

  1. (Layover)

 

  1. Italy to the United States

 

  1. Re-entry Chicago, Illinois, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Kahalui (Maui), Hawaii,

      or San Francisco, Northern California

 

 

 

Revision:  June 18, 2014                   

 

Patron:DAD:dd

 

 

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Renovated House Now Again For-Sale by the Second Owner’s Clan (western corner of Monterey Avenue & Barney Court [in the quiet suburbs of the County of San Mateo] )

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Week of June 1, 2014

County of San Mateo – Northern California

A beautifully renovated home is for-sale after being purchased from Wilma’s masters during the course of 2012. The present landowners appeared to have “gutted” the lovely home of Zero and Wilma (pictured here peacefully sleeping in the) two-story house on Barney Lane.

Katie's Fine Canines at Rest in West Menlo Park

Katie’s Fine Canines at Rest in West Menlo Park

Perhaps – for a pretty price – it can be returned to the spirit of the family who originally bought this sacred land and built a home to raise three wonderful daughters.

May God bless Wilma and Zero’s dear family!

 

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