Arbuckle Lodge Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hadn't gotten a chance to smooth out the road after the storm. This trip should have taken us under two hours and ended up taking us three and a half hours. By the time we entered the rally we looked like an adobe hut going down the road....red clay and mud top to bottom on our truck and trailer.
Time to wash and clean it again:(
June 26th we registered and picked up all our literature for the goings on at the rally. ...
... then went to bed as we had a 6.00am start.
Today Thursday 8th august 2013 started early we got up and started a 2 hour drive to Cheyenne Wyoming for breaky, then we headed to Sth Dakota to go to Crazy Horse Memorial, wow what an amazing place, the sculpture of crazy horse still isn't finished and wont be in our lifetime (shame) but still very interesting place to visit. We hopped the bus again and headed to ...
... Bertha (the truck) and then found the local diner (the only one in town). Great food for a hole in the wall resturant (Greasy spoon). I had a chicken wrap and salad. Got back to the Palace and took Angel for a walk. Sat outside for a while and watched a thunderstorm move in, quite the lightening show. Went inside the Palace and watched a movie and had our hot ...
... wakes up and says, "I'm sorry I love you" - everyone cracked up!!
Tonight is a dance called "Black Tie and Blue Jeans" - we'll be in the blue jeans!!
I had said that there were 1,000 RVs here - I was wrong there are 2,500! This place is huge so there are about 8 different spots to be around the convention areas and they have trollies for us old folks. Twelve different seminars ...
... of a wildfire. Steffie was driving and we went out the East Entrance after crossing Sylvan Pass which is a huge scree slope. It was another 85kms to Cody from there so I had a nap and woke up as we were coming to Buffalo Bill Reservoir with the landscape having changed to be dramatically drier. Driving through the tunnels, we came out at Cody named after William 'Buffalo Bill' Cody who was a 19th Century Wild West showman and founder of the town. The place was ...