Americas Best Value Inn Gillette
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... original land belonging to the native Amerian people. The memorial itself has been a work in progress for decades and is still not complete. Eventually, it will be a carving out of rock - the native American named 'Crazy Horse,' pointing out over the hills while riding his horse. The idea behind the memorial pays tribute to this native leader, who after losing many men in battle was asked 'And what is your land now?' to which he ...
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 ...
... From Mount Rushmore we headed on West, getting away from the interstate by taking some beautifully winding mountain roads into Wyoming.
Our stop for the night in Gillette is just that, a stop and nothing more. This town is definitely not worth writing about. It's time to call it anyways as Yellowstone park is on the horizon! ... The weatherman is calling for hail ...
... checked into our hotel, had a bit of a rest and then went back to Pokeys for dinner. Jen (Ric's daughter) joined us for dinner, and was really nice to see her as well.
Before it got dark, Ric took us up to check out Boot Hill. Wow, this place is huge. It is going to be some place when it is finished. We were hoping it would be open while we were here, but it looks like it won’t be until the ...
We said goodbye to Dan at the Harney Peak inn and set out for Gillette, Wyoming by way of Deadwood, Spearfish Canyon, and the Devils Tower. Deadwood was a fun diversion. We walked along the historic main street and tried to envision the more rough and rugged gold prospectin' pioneer days. Deadwood is helpful in this as they have strategically placed several sexy lingerie clad ladies....mannequins in storefront windows all along ...