This is the sixth post about our family's 2021 travels to Idaho and Montana. I suggest starting with the first, second, third, fourth, and fifth posts about this trip. Because I blog about educational travel, I received admission tickets, discounts, media rates, and similar benefits from some locations. Other attractions are free to everyone, and I paid full price for the rest. This has no bearing on my reviews. Everything that I share is something that I fully recommend.
Family Fun in Butte, Montana
"[Clark] is as rotten a human being as can be found anywhere under the flag; he is a shame to the American nation, and no one has helped to send him to the Senate who did not know that his proper place was the penitentiary, with a ball and chain on his legs. To my mind he is the most disgusting creature that the republic has produced since Tweed's time."
I'm pleased to report that we were in no danger, despite numerous signs to the contrary.
Ordinarily, this is where I'd tell you what we had for dinner that evening. I'm not going to, as the restaurant we chose can best be described as 'adequate.' It's definitely not a place I would go so far as to recommend. As soon as we walked in, Trevor whispered that Robert Irvine would hate the place. The service and food were mediocre. Indeed, it is a good candidate for Restaurant Impossible to visit.