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BACKROADS OF MONTANA

Alder Gulch to Plentywood (No. 119)

  • Aired: 05/21/2003
  • 28:47
  • Rating: TV-G
Host William Marcus takes us along for a tour of the well-preserved Christenot family mill near Alder Gulch and on a ride on a steam engine between Virginia City and Nevada City. After a stop to tempt our sweet teeth at the Parrot Confectionary in Helena, we marvel at snow geese flocking in their thousands to Freezout Lake, near Choteau,and at the creations of Plentywood inventor Pat Tange.
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This episode highlights a family mill, an historic steam engine, and geese near Choteau.
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