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... other parts of Montana.(What a great time, the even killed a rattle snake while we were there). Went across the street to the old train station lots or old R.R. artifacts. Went back to Virginia City to do some shopping (you guessed it Cheryl had to get her shopping fix). I think Cheryl is trying to find the perfect homemade ICE CREAM (diet of course). After I could not carry any more we headed for Bertha (the truck). One of the ...
We arrived at Nevada City, MT late afternoon. Nevada City and Virginia City, MT are very close together and are made up of a main street of very old historic building. Virginia City has a few streets in it and has a population of 160 residents according the the last census. There were many building that are still in use today with all kinds of shops.
Nevada City where we stayed in ...
Today we travelled through more of beautiful Montana, on our way to Virginia City which is a historic ghost town from the time of the gold rush in the late 1800s. First we actually passed through the town of Nevada city which is pretty much the same as Viginia City in that it too, is a historic ghost town. We had to pull past the town to get to our RV camp, and I got super excited after getting a look ...
... this town and all over this area of South Western Montana remove the need for much imagination. The history of this town is so well integrated with the modern living here that the two just merge and somehow it seems a very natural partnership. That historical record which is best suited to display rather than restoration lies in a wonderfully higgledy - piggledy museum slash shop that looks like someone's old basement of treasures. This is ...
... break in a day park along one of the numerous river-following-highways in Idaho. We saw this contraption in a little stream by the roadway, working away. Functionally, the flow of the stream turns the paddlewheel, which turns the driveshaft, which moves a chain drive, which very slowly rotates the perforated drum (which is up-stream of the paddlewheel). What does it do? What is the purpose of this device?
I got the mechanics worked out pretty easily, even ...