Butte, Montana, is a colorful town. It was in its heyday about a century ago, and I would have loved to have visited it during that time, for it would have been an exciting place to be. At one time, Butte (pronounced B-yut) was one of the largest and most advanced cities in the western United States.
As the mines around Butte have progressively (but not completely) played out and closed, the town has lost lots of its people and much of its luster. Still, while somewhat worn, it has charm. As we drove around the streets, I found this beautiful classic car parked in front of buildings that were old when it was new. Believe it's a 1955 Chevy Bel-Air. Not in perfect condition but it seemed to be well cared for and likely was slowly being restored.