Toad Hall Manor Bed and Breakfast
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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 ...
... scenery was wide open spaces and fairly flat, but with mountains both to the east and to the west. Not spectacular, but a pleasant drive.
Further up the road (after 3:00 p.m.), we stopped in Ennis, ID to look for a place for lunch. After a few false starts (balking at the menu, the prices, or the hours) we settled on a place that appeared to be a Sports Bar ("Burgers, Fries, and Wings"), but the waitress ...
... in butte (pronounced beaut). It's an old mining town in outback Montana. They mainly mine for sapphires, but loads of other cool stuff like gold silver and copper. We admired the minerals at the mineral museum and the large 27 ounce gold nugget. At the world mining museum we explored all these old relocated buildings from the 1800's filled with old stuff. The museum had a lot of interesting stuff, not very well maintained unfortunately as there were ...
... discover my cleverness when we attempt Rodeo re-entry. Luckily we dined at a BK right next to a tire place that had the tools to gain access. A 20 minute delay and tip to the guy who helped us out and we are on the road again.
Later that night we pay our good fortune back and help a guy traveling to North Dakota out with a tire change.