Toad Hall Manor Bed and Breakfast
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-woke up at 8am sharp and left by 9am
-stopped 3 more times before getting to my brothers place in Portland
- one of those stops was due to a flat tire that i had to call AAA for which cost 158$
-the other two for gas for a total 598miles and 95$
-the weather ...
... Sheep. We saw some beautiful lakes along the way (Silver Lake, Georgetown Lake) as well as Black Foot River which floats through Missoula. There was camping everywhere along the way and folks here/there fishing along the river. Some of the roads were almost like being on a rollercoaster ---- curvy as you climb high and curvy as you descend.
We have a real nice campsite at the Missoula KOA -- nice and big with a nice lawn/shade trees. Think ...
We had lots of fun catching up with family.
My grandfather was the oldest of 10 kids. My great grandparents were immigrants from Finland. They raised their family in the small town of Kemmemer Wyoming. A small mining town in southwestern Wyoming. (Of side note JC Penney was founded in Kemmemer) They were coal miners in the Diamondville Mine. For the last 46 years, the family has met every two years to reconnect. As the family ...
... 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 ...
... the store. His specialty was making items with died horse hair such as belts, horse bridles etc. There was also bead work, paintings, and yarn crafts for sale - very interesting.
It was close to 2:30 by the time we left Deer Lodge, Montana - even though it was late I wanted to get a few miles behind us - so off we went heading in the direction of Yellowstone National Park.