Americas Best Value Inn Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Gillette
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 ...
June 30th, we went over the do's and don'ts of our travel and how to prepare the trailer and truck for the roads in Canada and Alaska
July 1st , the boys headed over to Home Depot to pick up supplies to build a rock guard for their trucks. We hope this will protect the radiator and headlights.
July 2nd ...
... they were very cute popping their heads up and scampering from hole to hole. We spent ages trying to get good photos of the little critters from 100m away only to drive around the corner and find them right next to the road, however by that time we were running late and couldn't be bothered stopping for "one more photo". So the blurred photo will have to do but we got very good views looking at them through binoculars. We had a long drive ahead and our rambles in ...
... changes that was done
some to the good and others not so
good. It now cost $11
bucks just to park your car.
Fortunately they didn’t charge us an entrance fee. Had
good picture taking weather then.
Then went through Deadwood back towards I-90
... 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 ...