Motel 6 Butte
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-woke up at 8am sharp and left by 9am
-stopped 3 more times before getting to my brothers place in Portland
- one of those stops was due to a flat tire that i had to call AAA for which cost 158$
-the other two for gas for a total 598miles and 95$
-the weather ...
... Sheep. We saw some beautiful lakes along the way (Silver Lake, Georgetown Lake) as well as Black Foot River which floats through Missoula. There was camping everywhere along the way and folks here/there fishing along the river. Some of the roads were almost like being on a rollercoaster ---- curvy as you climb high and curvy as you descend.
We have a real nice campsite at the Missoula KOA -- nice and big with a nice lawn/shade trees. Think ...
... we have moved to hotels and resorts to accomidate the needs of the family members.
It is a great time to connect and share stories with all of the generations. There were three generations present, from 80 years old to 1 year old.
One The highlights was watching my Great uncle Ron who is 80 and my aunt Ellen's (his niece 68 ). go down the water slide tandem. I can only hope that I have that much life in me when I'm ...
... This mine over it's lifetime produced over 320 million tons of ore and 700 million tons of waste rock. The "Richest Hill on Earth" (as it was called) produced enough copper to pave a four-lane highway four inches thick from Butte to Salt Lake City and 30 miles beyond. Wow!! The mine was in operation from 1955-1982. The depth of the pit is 1,780 Feet! The water depth in there is 1,000 feet! The circumference of the pit is over 4 ...
... hours in and we pull into Butte for the night. Tomorrow just a boring drive down the Interstate to Glendive then back to the country of our birth. This will be this blog last entry, thank you for coming along for the ride, it has been a pleasure bringing it to you.
Until our next adventure beckons, good night from the road.