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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We got up at 8:00, showered and dressed. We left them a thank you note, and headed back to the Frontier Pies Restaurant for breakfast. I had a skillet breakfast and Jean got an English muffin.
Before we left Rexburg, we went over to the BYU-Idaho campus and drove by the Mormon Temple there. Idaho Falls had a Temple and a hospital …
... below ground at the 2600 foot level. The exceptional design of the shaft which provided superior ventilation to the mine below was also its undoing. The shaft functioned like a huge chimney and the flames roared up it. The fire also sucked the oxygen from the mine and miners died by suffocation, exposure to deadly gasses, or the fire itself.
Some open pit mining still goes on in Butte though on a much smaller ...
... the navigator included) were bubbling up a mutiny. The Machine wanted to press on. In and out of spotty cell coverage, I was able to find a campground that wasn't too far off the main road (90W) outside of Butte, Montana. I passed on one place that listed their rules on the website, and the rules included: No liquor in playground, only in campsite. No sleeping in restrooms. I figure that they post these rules because of ...
... Butte was a copper mining town and at one time was one of the largest suppliers in the world. The anaconda mining company was sold to Arco. Mining was stopped for a few years but resumed in 1988. The town is trying to recover. It burned in the 1800's and the city required all new buildings to be made of brIck. The town has some amazing refurbished ...
Today we drove to Butte, Montana on our way to Yellowstone. We had lunch in Kalispell with a friend of Nancy's who she's known since first grade. He told us that in Butte there is a huge lake of toxic waste that is leftover from a chemical plant or something. It's so big they can't cover it and they don't know what to do with it. One time ...