Finlen Hotel and Motor Inn
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... around for a bit - looked a little scared/unsure of his surroundings and then hit the road. Thank goodness we didn't have Sandy outside when he came through.
Today, Sunday, 7/20, we left Butte for Missoula. We took the scenic route (route 1) which is the Pintler Veterans Memorial Scenic Highway --- that it was, very very scenic. This is a roadway through the mountains which run from Anaconda to Drummond. There were signs throughout warning for ...
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 ...
... This mine over it's lifetime produced over 320 million tons of ore and 700 million tons of waste rock. The "Richest Hill on Earth" (as it was called) produced enough copper to pave a four-lane highway four inches thick from Butte to Salt Lake City and 30 miles beyond. Wow!! The mine was in operation from 1955-1982. The depth of the pit is 1,780 Feet! The water depth in there is 1,000 feet! The circumference of the pit is over 4 ...
... several minutes to compose myself and regain some perspective on the carnage that had just taken place. I called Apple immediately and they suggested I stop at a store and they would look at replacing it for me. By my calculations, the next store on our journey is in Spokane. One more stop, maybe while Amy is in Starbucks. So, we are planning to be in Coeur d'alene tomorrow and ...
My nephew John had called me and soon met me on the highway approaching Harding Way. We drank a soda together and visited. We haven’t seen one another for about six months, so there was lots to catch up on. He went on ahead of me and I ambled up the pass and down into the valley that holds my hometown, Butte.
I met him at his house and parked the rig and Sooby in front. He showed ...