Copper King Mansion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... Montana was spectacular. Truly Big Sky Country. Got to Butte by 8:00. Checked in and went to the famous M&M Cigar Bar in Butte for a Whatzit burger. It was delicious. M&M has been in business since the 1890's. It became a cigar store during prohibition. Long and narrow with a band up front, bars on both sides of the room and gambling in the back room. It is open 7 days a week x24 hrs. It never ...
... turned into the wrong side of the road. We all screamed and the lady he almost hit looked puzzled but smiled and waved. We laughed it off and Santiago said "I know this will be on Facebook.
We got settled and went shopping. Santiago wanted to cook dinner and we bought lots of food. While he was preparing dinner we took a tour of the historic part ...
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 ...
... that they were now a family restaurant with a full menu. We ordered two salads; Ruth ordered the Greek salad and I ordered the taco salad. Both were good. Ruth indicated the salad dressing was particularly good and the gyros (not normally on the Greek salads I've seen or eaten) was a nice touch.
We pressed on, eventually getting into Montana, joining back up with Interstate 90, and proceeding west to Butte.
It was a warm night’s sleep in the Madison Valley. I got a fairly early start and climbed out of the river bottom and got back onto Highway 287, heading for Ennis. Incidentally, I first met Lynnie there back in the Dark Ages...the rest is continuing to be history.
The sun shone intermittently as I drove. There was only light traffic, so I could drive slowly and enjoy the memories of my time on ...