Black Butte Ranch

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Melrose, Butte
... William built himself a modest home in 1875 and later purchased a structure in Rocker which he moved to Camp Creek (later Melrose), establishing himself as a Stage Stop and Hotel Entrepreneur ... On December 25, 1876, William was married to Lucina Phillips who had recently divorced Adam Fleser of whom "Fleser Mountain" was named ...
Black Butte Ranch, Oregon - Wildfire
... Black Butte Ranch has been threatened by many wildfires, especially since 2002, when the Cache Mountain Fire burned two homes in the northwest corner of the ranch ... Black Butte Ranch was once again threatened by the B B Complex Fires in 2003, and in 2007 the GW Fire came within a quarter of a mile of some homes on the ranch ...
Lone Butte (British Columbia) - Location and Terrain
... Lone Butte is located 13 km (8 mi) southeast of 100 Mile House and is immediately north of the recreational lake-community of Green Lake ... The vertical structure of Lone Butte forms a prominent monument that rises more than 50 m (160 ft) above the surrounding lowlands of the Cariboo Plateau ... Its appearance is like a butte-like hillrock, similar to the more famous Devils Tower in Wyoming ...
Lone Butte (British Columbia)
... Lone Butte is a low, steep-sided mesa butte or volcanic plug in southern British Columbia, Canada, located on the southern Cariboo Plateau to the southeast of 100 Mile House ... BCWireless Ltd uses Lone Butte as one of its main access point for Broadband Internet distribution ...
Butte, Anaconda And Pacific Railway
... The Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway (reporting mark BAP) is a short line railroad in the U.S ... Mining Company and operated primarily to carry copper ore from the mines at Butte, Montana to the smelters at Anaconda, Montana, although the company was ... in May 2007, announced that the railway's name was officially changed back to Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway ...

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