Historic cabins on track for public use in San Juan National Forest

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Historic cabins on track for public use in San Juan National Forest

Aspen and Glade guard stations inch toward opening
After years of renovations, the Glade Guard Station in the San Juan National Forest will be available for public rentals, likely in 2018.
In 2011, members of the National Smokejumpers Association, from left, Doug Wamsley, Dave Fergason and Steve Vittum, shingled the roof of the barn at the Glade Guard Station.
The Aspen Guard Station, at 9,200 feet in the Mancos Valley, was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps nearly 80 years ago. After years of renovations, the Forest Service plans to open it for public rentals.

Historic cabins on track for public use in San Juan National Forest

After years of renovations, the Glade Guard Station in the San Juan National Forest will be available for public rentals, likely in 2018.
In 2011, members of the National Smokejumpers Association, from left, Doug Wamsley, Dave Fergason and Steve Vittum, shingled the roof of the barn at the Glade Guard Station.
The Aspen Guard Station, at 9,200 feet in the Mancos Valley, was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps nearly 80 years ago. After years of renovations, the Forest Service plans to open it for public rentals.
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