Hampton Inn Butte
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... throughout the hills are the old mines which now have been turned into memorials or museums. Also in the hills you will find Our Lady of the Rockies. She overlooked our campground. It was a spectacular site. She was on the mountain at over 8,000 feet in elevation.
On Saturday, we hung around and had a visitor at the campsite. A baby moose ran through the site.....at first when I saw it, I thought it was a horse. It was so neat seeing one so close. ...
... 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!
... 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 ...
... of old derricks and the buildings that housed the mining equipment that made it possible for all us Americans and probably a good bit of the rest of the world to have copper pipes in their homes instead of those old rotten galvanized steel ones that after thirty or forty years or so all leak and rot out the old frame houses we used to live in.
I know this one is out of order; believe me there is more out of order than what appears. ...
... HA HA!
We deside a slight side trip is in order! ... I mean this is a road trip to see places one normally drives right byafter all! so we take a side trip heading to Deer Lodge... why Deer Lodge, you say? all will be revealed soon!.
Unfortunately we ran into a small problem.... it is now become clear that in Montana, dogs are required to have ...