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... It's a photogenic river, to say the least. I spied several great fly fishing holes. I haven't fished in years, but it was enticing. There were lots of birds on the hour-long walk and even a Kingfisher, the favorite of a nephew of mine. He scrammed before I could get a shot of him. I did get several shots of butterflies and bees enjoying the nectar of the local flowers. There's a tall, slender, yellow flower that they particularly enjoyed. The ...
... the population was Chinese; they had the hard jobs and were paid a penance for their work; poor living. Discovered much later; secret tunnels under the floorboards of their houses; aha, they worked at night, getting their share of the riches of the mines as well.
Up the hill. Helena burnt down three times and people got tired of that; built a fire tower in 1876; manned it twenty-four hours a day. Guardian of the ...
... for Montana! That must have been a week of Hell during the 1989 train wreck.
Our time in urban Montana would end
with a pleasant drive through MacDonald Pass, at 6362' and across the
divide to the western sloops once again. I think this is the third
time we have crossed over the continental divide this trip with at
least two or three more crossings to go. Mt Rt 141 rolled along the
Blackfoot River and the snowcapped mountains of ...
... go easier this year, what with all the experience we earned in 2011 with five months on the road.
We will go south via Idaho Falls again this year. Our intention is to spend a few days at Kodakchrome Basin State Park in southern Utah. It's a photographer's paradise so I'm told, named in the forties by National Geography for the newly developed film. Nothing, I'm sad to say to do with ...
... Virgin Mary, “Our Lady of the Rockies”. It is on top of the Continental Divide and overlooks the city. It is 3500 ft. above the city. It was a non denominational project built through the efforts of countless volunteers over 6 years. The National Guard and teams of civilian workers lifted the statue in 4 sections on Dec. 20, 1985 with a sky crane while thousands watched.
We later went on to Helena, the state capitol of ...