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Travel Blogs from Butte
... it here. Like I said, we'll be here for 4 nights and plan on doing a lot of sightseeing in the area. Everywhere you turn......there is something to see. Check out the pictures.
I may take a reprieve and not post for a couple of days.
Hope everyone had a great weekend and hope you have a good week.
P.S., Happy Birthday to my sister-in-law Helen ----Sto Lat!!!
Love to everyone.
... Fire." Mmmmmmmm.........so very, very good!
Before we left, Deena witnessed her first REAL COWBOYS wearing not only a cowboy hat but as you'll see in the photo, spurs on their boots as well.
Another adventurous day it was, full of laughter, beauty, and being grateful for all we have.
Today is Yellowstone...stay tuned!
Thanks again for riding along and making the time to share in our journey and adventures!
... you would want to eat every day, but it was quite good and reminded me of a dish my grandmother made for us as kids, without the pastry around it.
Then off to the World Museum of Mining next to the campus of Montana College of Mining and Engineering. Again, doesn't anyone throw anything away anymore?? Amazing all that was in these old buildings which were authentic, but moved here to be more accessible.
Enjoy our day!
... 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.
It wasn't actually that bad but it did get hot and I left before I got cooked. Missed a lot of good music but missed also swarms of overweight sweaty unwashed listeners. The town itself has about half the population it appears that it should have. At one time Butte was the wealthiest small city in America due to its copper mining. Now-a-days Butte is a relic of the past although there is still mining going on there, not the much more ...