Black Diamond Guest Ranch and Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Black Diamond Guest Ranch and Resort De Borgia
Travel Blogs from De Borgia
... silver mining goes on here nowadays, but over a billion ounces were taken out of the Silver Valley between the 1880s and 1980s
Our tour took us to the old Northern Pacific depot, which now serves as a museum. The Chateau style building was partly built with concrete panels made of mine tailings. The Women's waiting room was used to separate the ladies from the roughnecks of the ...
We are back in Montana now, staying at Slowway USFS campground, located between I-90 and the BNSF railroad tracks. There's a train every hour or so which checks it's horn five times at the nearby crossing. It's a pre-requisite for a campground, I reckon.
We started this trip on the eleventh of last month. We've seen a lot of country ...
... s parents, as well as lots of the friends from our younger family members. One of our most favorite favorites was Todd, a friend of Quinn, our nephew. He has a fine sense of humor and is a kind and loving guy, plus a bit crazy. Our kinda guy...
Our Irish cousins, Mary and John joined in the celebration. They too are among our favorite travelers.
Today we greeted the morn in a late fashion and enjoyed the lawn chairs under the ...
We slept late and went to town for breakfast. A real breakfast, not a motel breakfast. It was delicious! The weather was very cool and overcast. We had been having perfect weather the whole trip but it looks like our last four days in northern Idaho will be chilly, cloudy and rainy. We started with a mining tour of the the Sierra Silver mine. This area was once the richest area in the country. Mining was the major industry. The northern part of Idaho was ...
... br> better luck than the motel situation. A
moment ago, we were driving in a valley with wooden fenced ranches surrounding
us on both sides of the highway when a Prong Horned Sheep leaped over the fence.
It crossed the highway just beyond the car in front of us. To say the least, it
has been a wild drive through this rugged wonderland. Llamas, deer, sheep,
horses, cows, and ox have been spotted and we have only begun our trip into