Copper King Mansion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... district at Uptown Cafe. To start we shared appetizer of variety of locally grown tomatoes with feta goat cheese and crusty bread. Next came bacon and cheddar soup, clams and salad. Kathy had cheese with pistaccio ravioli and Bob the sole. Excellent meal.
Still some mining going on but old downtown area is definitely depressed. Tomorrow we head south to Yellowstone.
... was a former professional baseball player and was part of the San Diego Padres 1984 World Champions team. He also played college baseball AND basketball at Gonzaga University. He and Tim talked all kinds of sports for at least 45 minutes as Deena tried hard to appear somewhat interested...yeah right :-) However, her eyes did light up when he took off his World Championship ring and gave it to her to inspect.
On our way to ...
July 15, 2013 (Monday)
On the Road Again (Thanks Willie). Heading for Yellowstone but got sidetracked at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, went in to check it out and decided to stay. Pulled into Fairmont RV and checked in for two (2) nights. Went back to the resort for dinner, dissapointed in their dinner. Went back to the Palace on Wheels and took Angel for a walk, nice evening for a walk. Settled in for some hot chocolate (Sugar and Fat free of course) and a ...
Day 57 - Butte, MT Today we took a 2-hour tour with a gentleman that grew up here. He is a second grade teacher and he was a wealth of knowledge about all things Butte, Montana.
We saw lots of wonderful old buildings from the late 1800's which included the home of the Copper King (William Clark) and the house he built for his son; a couple of Brothels, Speak-Easy's; old Hotels; Churches; Theater's; etc. Also lots of older ...
... but now a very large pit mine. Back to the music; I did see several interesting groups perform, one African group that sounded like they just arrived from Lousianna and another, a drum performance by a japanese group out of Seattle I believe it was; not too serious about getting all this right so if you want to know the absolute facts better consult the internet. Here are a few pictures of the town and the music venues mixed up within the old ...