Arbuckle Lodge Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... makes up the area has eroded before wind and water, but seems to retain shape due to the roots of grass and small bushes that grow in it.
It seemed appropriate that there was a creek about the middle of that stretch called 'Crazy Woman Creek'.
I did photograph one small bit of it, but these ridges were running everywhere and filling the whole picture for miles as I drove:
... 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 ...
... our time. Some technical info for you –
- Over millions of years, erosion of the sedimentary rock exposed Devils Tower
- The tower rises 867 feet from its base, stands 1,267 feet above the river and 5,112 feet above sea level
- The area of its teardrop-shaped top is 1.5 acres
- The diameter of its base if 1,000 feet
We got back into the car and then ...
... white men climb anyway) The pictures say more about todays drive than I can in the blog... enjoy P.S. If you are ever in Gillette, Wyoming - stay at the Arbuckle lodge. We are staying at the nicest roadside motel I have ever seen. They had a free nacho dinner, free laundry, free breakfast, king size comfortable beds, and a closed in pool and hot tub all for like $80! It is all this road weary traveler could have asked ...
... the land from the Sioux and than insulted them by carving the presidents on Mt Rushmore. It has evolved over many years I have been going, there are very nice museums and now a tour bus to the front of the carving. Every year they open up the road to the top , Susie and I would climb to the top under crazy horses head. It's only one day a year you can do that. ...