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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!
... to the other mines to get away from the fire. Unfortunately, carbon monoxide poisoning killed over 300 miners that day. In all the time of the mining here in Butte, 2,300 have died in mine related incidents.
Dotted along the area of the strip mining you see these towers and they mark a once active mine. The Continental Mine is the only active one still in operation.
Today we went to the viewing point of the ...
... haze was pretty much gone by the time we reached Coeur d'Alene) and back home thru Spokane Washington to Nine Mile Falls WA. We arrived home and were greeted with smiles by our neighbor kids who had custody of our lawn while we were away . . . And, it looked Pretty Good!
Happy Trails, until the next trip . . . And that is looking like around the first part of October when we will start heading South for the winter!
... Valley on the Marshall Ranch. Good times...
My welcoming party showed up on the highway in the form of a herd of cattle being driven by four cowboys and gals. It too brought back good memories of the life I had as a youngster. The fields are green and the skies mixed with clouds and blue. I saw the backside of the Highlands, south of Butte, before I turned off at the junction where the Cactus Inn used ...