Silver Mountain Morning Star Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of...well, just about everything. Decorative souvenir whiskey bottles adorn this set of shelves, and there are also hundreds of souvenir magnets that put my fridge to shame.
The Bedroom Goldmine once belonged to a man who discovered gold right under his bedroom (supposedly a friend of his once said, "you're sitting on a gold mine here!").
... wold west. Bordellos thrived here until 1988. There were once 20 saloons in town. After silver prices tumbled, many mines shut down. It was too expensive to keep them running. The mining tour was really interesting. We then walked around town. We went in and out of the pawn shops, and antique stores. After lunch we toured the bordello museum and the mining museum. It then started to pour so we went back to our motel and then went back into town got ...
... had settled we went to the 'Mexican Food Factory' and ordered chicken enchilada combos and a big plate of nachos. Gut busting and awesome. Highly recommend it. Henry recovered his spirits only to fall backwards off the picnic table seating. He was fine, he's a tough kid. For all the disruption to his routine, he's been great. As Mel remarked, he's like us: full belly and well-rested and he's good to go. Tomorrow we're off to Pendleton, ...
... of Christianity--Protestant, but especially Catholic--and the story of the local Native American tribes, especially the Coeur d’Alene tribe. The story of the mission starts with the Belgian priest, DeSmet, and his belief in the future of a converted confederation of tribes in the northwest region of North America.
One of the surprises of the story is that the Coeur d’Alene tribe had heard about the spiritual powers of the ...
... extent of the work has declined and the number of jobs has dropped significantly. Jobs available are high-paying (Willie told us that kids coming out of high school are paid $70,000 a year in this high-risk field), but there just aren’t enough of them. Funding for the work is sketchy, and ultra-sensitive to market prices of precious metals. Miners, therefore, tend to be like migrant workers following the work from place ...