Tuesday, June 8, 2010






Loveless Reunion
Weber Memorial Park
Hellooo Family!!!!




First things first...We are sorry to be getting this out so late! We are really excited about the reunion this year! The theme is Loveless Olympics 2010. Our Amy will be newly returned from Chile. So, our family will be reunited for the first time in over a year and a half!
If you are interested in coming on Thursday or staying till Monday, let us know...we have reserved the site for ourselves, and anyone interested.
The park is in the east end of the Ogden Valley. (NOTE: The North Ogden divide will be closed for most of the summer, so do not try to use that as a route.) Whether you come from the North or the South, you will need to take the I-15. Then, you will need to get off at the 12th street/UT 39 exit. You will need to head East (toward the mountains). Follow this highway for 11.7 miles, up through beautiful Ogden Canyon, past Pineview Reservoir around to where Highway 39 turns right to Monte Cristo, and drive for about 8.4 miles. Here by Red Cliff Ranch & Café, (Causey Dr) you will note a sign that says Causey Dam, turn right and drive up the road a short ways (1.2 miles). You will see a sign on the right, saying Weber County Memorial Park. Follow the road into the park.
We are in a group site “C” that is right along the South Fork of the Ogden River. It is a beautiful site with plenty of shade and lots of space. Unfortunately, there are no showers but, we there are flush toilets at our site. Pets must be on a leash at all times. The host has to close the entrance gate at 10 PM to keep the camp safe. If you think you will arrive after that time…call us by the 15th, or the Camp Host (she tries to get to bed by 12).

We plan to have lots of fun activities. We may also go over to Causey Dam or tubing in the afternoon, to take advantage of the water fun. If you have small row boats or canoes, they would be great. If you have a small “put-put” motor, that would be fine as well. Pineview can take any boat, but it is back toward Ogden about 10 miles.
DON’T FORGET: Auction items, Skits/songs, Games (there’s lots of space to run & play things like baseball and football), Cookies for the cookie barrel, tubes & life jackets, fishing poles, UT fishing license swimsuits/water shoes/hats/sunscreen & bug repellent…
As always, there will be lots of yummy food, family fun, the auction, skits and lots of LOVE!
For those of you who won't be staying in the campground, there are several bed and breakfasts, and hotels/motels in the Ogden Valley (Huntsville area) and in Ogden area. If you have any questions, please call (801-737-5608) or e-mail mikaren76@hotmail.com .

Mike and Karen Loveless and Family-- 2010 Family Reunion Hosts
Contact info:
823 E 3400 N OR Campground Host: Deb
North Ogden, UT 84414 801 745-3115
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mikaren76@hotmail.com
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(801) 737-5608 OR (801) 710-5023

Please RSVP to our Contact Info (see above)
# of Olympians (and Spectators) attending ___________
Date/Time of anticipated arrival ______________ Date/Time of Departure _____________



Lodgings in Ogden Valley Area
Hotels and Motels
By the I-15 (approx 45 minutes from camp).

Best Western High Country Inn
1335 W 1200 South (UT Hwy 39)
Ogden, UT, 84404
801-394-9474

Holiday Inn Express
2245 S 1200 West Ogden, UT, 84401
801-392-5000

Super 8 – West Haven
1508 Wilson Ln
Ogden, UT, 84401
801-737-7100
Comfort Suites
2250 S 1200 West
Ogden, UT, 84401
801-621-2545

Downtown Ogden

Marriott – Ogden
247 24th Street
Ogden, UT, 84401
801-627-1190

Bed and Breakfasts

Ogden Canyon (approx 25 minutes from camp).
Alaskan Inn
435 Ogden Canyon Road
Ogden, UT, 844010
801-621-8600
http://www.alaskaninn.com/

Huntsville (approx 15 minutes from camp).
Jackson Fork Inn
7345 E 900 South (UT Hwy 39)
Huntsville, UT, 84317
801-745-0051
http://www.jacksonforkinn.com/

Valley House Inn
7318 E 200 South
Huntsville, UT, 84317
801-745-8259
http://www.valleyhouseinn.com/

Eden (approx 30 minutes from camp.)
Red Moose Lodge
2547 North Valley Junction Drive
Eden, UT, 84310
801-745-6667
http://www.theredmooselodge.com/

Reunion 2010- Summer Olympics

Hello everyone,
We are back to using this blog as MyFamily.com is charging. This is free.
I hope that everyone is planning to come to the reunion this year! We look forward to all of you!
We will finally get our letter mailed this week.
Karen & Mike Loveless :D

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Hellgate Campground


Welcome, welcome ya'll to the big sky state of Montana! A big Thanks to the Don and Gert Christensens; Carol and Jay, Linda and Rollin and Donna and Jay!


The family drove their wagons and rode their horses to cowboy up and lasso some fun!






The party started Friday for the early arrivals as they enjoyed the boat tour of the Gates of the Mountains. You can see the beauty of that here http://www.gatesofthemountains.com/. Thanks Carol for leading us in this expedition. Those who went enjoyed the sites and avoided some of the way too friendly mosquitoes (I think we all will remember to bing a little bit more bugspray!).
Dinner that night was Desperado Wandering Tacos so that all of the wandering family members could have their fill as they arrived. That night we all set up camp and enjoyed getting re-acquainted with games and the campfire.




















Playing Games















Campfire
Saturday morning we woke up to Cowboy Toast, thanks Rollin for waking up Ssooo early! Not only was their Cowboy Toast, bacon and sausage, but made to order eggs! Thanks for a great start of the day.






As always we had lots of fun items for sale at the Kids Store. Everything from suckers to water toys, from My little Ponies to coloring books! I think that there were kids of all ages who enjoyed the store this year!




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Following the fun at the Kids Store Jay Z. and Jay B. graced us with their Auctioning skills! Thanks to them and the "helpers" too! As always, the family brought wonderful items, some made, some bought. Thanks to everyone for the items brought and the items purchased. Our dear Aunt Dorthy, the widow of late Jerry Christensen even sent items to help in the auction! The donations are such a wonderful way for our family to continue to having these wonderful reuoins, year after year.



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For Lunch we had Wrangler sandwiches and then we were all set free to lariot some fun out in the lake. More to come...

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Michael and Karen Loveless


This is the most recent family picture for my parents family. It is at Jared's (Mike and Karen's olddest) wedding to Stacy just this past March.
From Left to Right:
Michelle (15), Amy (20), Mike/Dad (55), Jason (22), Stacy (23), Jared (30), Cheryl/me (25), Karen/Mom (51), Ryan/my husband (27), Ashby/our daughter, Adam (28)
I am not perfect at the family tree but I will share what I know of my dads (and my) Loveless Family tree:
His Parents: Thomas Edmund Loveless and Maxine Ashby Loveless
His Grandparents: Charles Gilbert Loveless and Emma Curtis Loveless
Hopefully we can get a lot more detailed later.
Anyway, I am looking forward to this years reuion. I always love having the chance to get to see all of you cousins who are so much fun and missed when unable to make it.

Soon we'll be adding family profiles like this for all of the cousins who are interested!
Thanks for reading.