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Butte Mining Memorial Almost Worth Visit
Posted Tuesday, October 07 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Dominic
Just up the hill from the city of Butte is a little thing attraction they call the Mining Museum. It isn’t really a museum so much as a cubicle-half-height wall with a bunch of names and plaques on it, but it’s free as long as you can endure the dust and heat, and if you’re in the area anyhow, it’s honestly almost worth a visit.

Bug-Phobia Evaporates Thanks to My Ant Buddy
Posted Monday, October 06 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Brendan
When I was younger I was sometimes afraid of bugs. Not all of them, but most I think. What can I say, they’re creepy and kind of gross. No parent wants their kids afraid of bugs, so mine did the only thing they could think to do; they took me outside during the summer. Mere exposure apparently does work wonders to acclimate young folk such as me to earth’s other creatures, and for me I can say it worked very well indeed.

Brother Learning Summer Lessons Mechanics, Aquatics, Both
Posted Monday, October 06 @ 01:00:00 PDT by Brendan
It was a lazy summer day when we were driving back from having all kinds of assorted fun on the road when my driver noted the car was overheating. We were almost back to our hotel, so we managed to skate in without stopping on a wing, a prayer, and since we didn’t have either of those things on hand, sheer luck.

Berkeley Pit Fails to Breed Superheroes, Despite Toxic Waste
Posted Monday, September 01 @ 18:00:00 PDT by Brendan
There’s a city in Montana called Butte, and I know what you’re thinking, it sounds like something else (specifically “cute,” -- which as far as cities go, it is -- but there’s a lot more to the place than just having a great name. Turns out it also has a great history, but I’m not going to spend any time on that either. I’m here to talk about the Berkeley Pit.

Red & Green Brazilian Steakhouse Has Great Food, Hold the X-Mas
Posted Tuesday, August 19 @ 23:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Seems in summer months we get to do some traveling with the old daddy-man. Not so much because we must, but because we can. On a previous trip he’d had a chance to try out a place called the Red & Green Steakhouse, and he loved it so much he committed to taking us there as soon as we could join him. Based on the name I expected Christmas, but what I got was almost better.

Montana Natural History Center Less Pretty, More Pretty Interesting
Posted Saturday, August 16 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
If you’ve got some extra time in Missoula, Montana, or you want to learn the most about the natural history of the region, there are two great places in town to do it. One is the Elk County Visitor Center and the other is its less attractive cousin, the one that resides on the other side of the tracks, the Montana Natural History Center.

Pictograph Caves in Billings Barely Caves, Hardly Pictographic
Posted Friday, August 15 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Chalk it up to me being young, but I couldn’t find any interest in the chalking up of the sandstone overhangs in Montana’s pictograph caves. Maybe I was disappointed because they weren’t caves, or because “they” was a singular, or maybe it was the fact that it was scorching hot outside. I can recommend this attraction, but only if you have a longer attention span than me, and I warn you, mine is better than it’s ever been before.


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