Marcus Daly Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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Between 1885 and 1892 the Granite mine produced $20,000,000 in silver and gold… gold at $17 an ounce and I don’t know what the price of silver was. In 1890, Granite’s population had grown to 3,000 and it was the 11th largest town in Montana. Somewhat like Garnet it had a mixed population and many families. Unlike Garnet it had four churches- Episcopal, Roman Catholic, Methodist and Presbyterian, the granite ...
... We then drove over to Butte to the Carmark movie theaters to see the 12:45 viewing of the Fantastic Four movie. They were still cleaning the theater when we walked in for a kids movie shown earlier. What a mess. We enjoyed the movie and don't know why the critics were so harsh. After the movie we walked the mall. The economy is not good in the area and many of the stores were closed. On the way back, ...
... was practically no one else on the interstate until we hit the capitol area. The whole drive up was looking at large ranches or national forests, plenty of wide open spaces. We decided to take the capital tour at 10:00 and hoped it would be done in time for the 11:00 train tour of the city which was across the street from the capitol building at the Historical Society Museum. We walked into the capitol and found the information desk, which was also ...
Another trip to the Lake is the highlight of this issue. I came up yesterday, Monday, the 29th after a trip top the doc to check out my eye surgery. It looks fine, so I don't have to see him for three months. He's a personable and competent fellow and I do enjoy him, especially if he doesn't do any surgery. That figures...
It was eighty-seven degrees when I got up here after going through Anaconda in ...
... and made a trip to Anaconda for supplies to fix the visible pipe. Checking, we found another leaking inside the wall. A trip to Helena to get parts and tools remedied the situation and provided us with nice drip-free hot and cold water so we could continue our trip in peace. So it goes.
We've gotten out for two great walks of over three miles each and taken some decent photos. They are on Facebook and also on Flicker at ...