Just like every year, ‘Carol’s Glove Tree’ is on display on Brush Creek Road and young and old are welcome to stop and pick their own pair of gloves. Carol and Asa Evans started placing gloves on the special tree over 12 years ago as their own Christmas season tradition. The effort has grown over the years with some years giving away around 300 pairs of gloves and some years reaching as high as 600 pair. The tree is set on the road near their home providing the Evans with a great view of the excited visitors. If you’re wondering why they continue their unique tradition, the sign by the tree says it all: “From our hearts to your hands. May your Holidays be filled with warmth. Please take a pair [and] Merry Christmas.” Many who enjoy this tradition bring a thank you card to hang on the tree in exchange. If you are unsure where to find ‘Carol’s Glove Tree’ the family recommends traveling a little past the Vernal dump. Over the cattle guard take the only right. Follow the road until you come to a Y and take a right up the hill. Follow until you see a Christmas tree on the left side of the road.