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... Range which was awesome (of course). There was a haze in air which is a result of the wildfires in Washington and Idaho. It wasn't too bad, but you definitely noticed it. We crossed the Continental Divide at 6,393 feet. So cool.
Butte is al old coal mining town which has remnants of the old mines throughout the town. It really does look like an old mining town you would see in the old westerns you watched on TV. This is a very hill town ...
... in Butte at 530, a ten and a half hour day, only stopping for gas.
Found an AT&T sim card for my phone and a quick bite to eat.
Not exactly at highlight day but got the miles in. Tomorrow will be similar in length arriving in Cedar City Utah.
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... in addition to riding along Rt, 1 East and seeing absolutely gorgeous Montana ranches, lakes, etc., we stopped in a really cool, small town for lunch called Drummond. Well, you can't eve imagine the HUGE, fresh burgers they hand make right there, and actuall have over 125 different ones to choose from! Some are several half pound patties with as much as 2 lbs. in size! Deena settled on the "Harvest Burger" and Tim enjoyed a quite ...
Day 57 - Butte, MT Today we took a 2-hour tour with a gentleman that grew up here. He is a second grade teacher and he was a wealth of knowledge about all things Butte, Montana.
We saw lots of wonderful old buildings from the late 1800's which included the home of the Copper King (William Clark) and the house he built for his son; a couple of Brothels, Speak-Easy's; old Hotels; Churches; Theater's; etc. Also lots of older ...
... 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.