Fairmont Hot Springs Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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I think I would have been more interested in Japan, in Asia generally, if I had studied it as a youngster; however, despite a lack of proper appreciation, I was always truly refreshed by time in Japan.
China is still a bit of the wild west after all.
Most importantly on this trip, the Ito sisters were so lovely and wonderful in taking care of things. And, truly no better traveling companions could ever be hoped for.
... and the miners prepared to leave the work which they had pushed so persistently under the determined driving of the man at the head of the work. The last shot was fired. It threw bonanza ore upon the muckers’ plans… and Charles D. McClure became in that moment one of the greatest mining men of his time. He immediately sent a telegram to his backers dispatching it by messenger down the mountain to the telegraph office. The two messengers passed on ...
... the smelting companies. Jean bought a cupcake/cookie. We then drove out to the Smoke Stack State Park. The smoke stack still survives as a monument to the men and industry. The smoke stack was the largest in the world, taller then the Washington Memorial. You can't go up to the stack, but in the park, they have a circle that is the size of the top of the stack which you can walk around and read the plaques about ...
We left at 8:30 for our drive to Montana's state capitol, Helena. We drove up I-15 to the capitol. A very interesting interstate drive. Besides the construction areas, you continually had to slow your speed down because of the curves around the mountains. Remember, the interstate speed limit is 75 mph in Montana, but around the curves the speed limit was reduced to 60 mph. I was slowing down even further than that to feel safe going around those curves. ...
... the good life, if you live it.
Lynn showed up shortly before dinner. We got unpacked and had a meal of home made BLTs which really hit the spot.
Today, Thursday is Jam Makin' Day. We'll make about two gallons of Raspberry Jam, our specialty. It's a good workout, but well worth the effort. If you've tasted it, I'm sure that you'll agree...
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