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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 ...
... to the other mines to get away from the fire. Unfortunately, carbon monoxide poisoning killed over 300 miners that day. In all the time of the mining here in Butte, 2,300 have died in mine related incidents.
Dotted along the area of the strip mining you see these towers and they mark a once active mine. The Continental Mine is the only active one still in operation.
Today we went to the viewing point of the ...
... times. The welcome into town is a huge open pit mine, now inactive. Copper was the primary product with a very rich environment for heavy metals; lead, arsenic, mercury, cadmium, as well as the copper. Unfortunately all the mining created what we have been told is the nation's largest superfund site, something we did not know when we stopped. I saw a notice in the laundromat advertising water ...
After parting ways with Will, Cathy, Erin, and Kyla, we headed north to Bozeman so Colleen could catch her flight home. We made a brief visit to the Mammoth area and saw the terraces there, but otherwise drove on to Bozeman. It is a nice college town where Montana State is, we enjoyed the main street there for a brunch. We sadly dropped off Colleen at the airport knowing we'd next see her in Las Vegas. After that we washed the car ...