Americas Best Value Inn Gillette
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This morning we left Yellowstone and went to Gillette. What we saw on the way was remarkable. We went to the only lookout on the way out of the Eastgate and saw snow on the top of the mountains plus great views of Lake Yellowstone. We then drove to Cody Wyoming stopping at the William F. Cody dam and saw how hard it was to build a dam in the early 1900. It took 3 attempts to build the concrete wall before the spring floods arrived and only a brief window before it was to cold to do ...
Our longest travel day of the holiday. Really just a moving day, so less to report than normal. From Gardner at the north entrance to Yellowstone we drove an hour north to the I-90 and then turned east. Spent the better part of the day driving east on the interstate towards the next set of National Parks we are to visit.
Stopped mid morning in Harden to get petrol, and then it was only a short drive further on to Little Bighorn where, in mid summer 1876, Lt Col George ...
The Badlands were...bad. No seriously, they were great. The photos give you some idea. They stretch on for miles and the stillness and silence is profound. All you can hear is the sound of the wind blowing through the canyons and across the prairie. What really surprised me is how much Dani and Sarah loved getting out of the car, walking into the badlands and just sitting and contemplating. I have always associated them with the City and the Mall (and they ARE very much ...
... we didn't make it to 11k. Near the top we found a snow hill, pulled out the dune surfing skim board and were a little more successful using it to surf/sled in the snow. How appropriate, I had on board shorts, tshirt, and flip flops. But, frostbite started to set in so I had to put my boots on. After the snow play, we continued on and pulled up on a guy racing down the mountain on a bike. We clocked him at 40 and couldn't keep up most of ...
... very complicated and a couple books have been written about it. In a nutshell, people from the Black Hills Institute found and dug up Sue. They were a couple years into prepping the bones when they were confiscated by the FBI and the National Guard due to a court case over who owned them. They were eventually given to the landowner in spite of the fact that the Black Hills Institute ...