Silverland Inn & Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... peaks. The sun finally came out in the late afternoon after it being a breezy and somewhat cool day. Our neighbor, Mike, has lived here for fourteen years and is a great fan of Montana. He took his electricians license test in Helen and worked in Butte, Anaconda and Coalstrip, back in the day. He's a very interesting character, sporting a nicely groomed "flat top." Folks are friendly here as we've found ...
... how cute he is in pictures.
The stage coach wasn't running cause the horses had a health problem so we didn't get to do that and I hate open car coal fired steam engine trains so we didn't ride it either. You get covered in soot and I didn't feel like that in the heat.
Tomorrow we are off to San Fran. Will let you know all about that tomorrow. ...
... were at home. But as all days come to an end, this one did too. As we left the saloon we saw the rain coming down real hard, good thing the door to the hotel was right next door under the covered walkway. Up the 37 steps to our room and calling it a night. the hotel is a full house tonight, all room sold out!
God Bless the little baby who is getting baptized tonight, and all the travelers who may have to weather the storm.
... through silver mining areas to reach our destination. The town was reminiscent of a early 20th century western mining town with the exception of slot machines in all the saloons! A brief stroll along the main road brought us to the silver dollar saloon and wedding chapel. This was too much of a temptation for the Gypsy and Toad, so we corralled in a couple of other sightseers to act as padre, congregation ...
... the tours to take, mines to check out and the many attractions, I decided to go to see the Mackay mansion. The tour is $5 and worth the money. The owner, "JP" has extensive knowledge on his historical collection of artifacts from the 1800’s. Surprisingly, this was an enjoyable tour and a great piece of history to walk through. They do weddings at this mansion. I was surprised that they figure about 10000 people have been married there. After the tour, I understood the romance of ...