Best Western Inn At Sundance
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Sundance
... by the community fire. No one else was there, so we added the logs that were left there by the park crew and we watched the stars come out. Someone nearby was watching Close Encounters in their RV and we could hear the music scene fro their rig...kind of eerie...It gets kind of cold here, since it is 3800 feet and it is coming to the end of summer... Tomorrow we are going up to the base of the Tower and then, probably one more night and we will be ...
... that have tumbled off. We can see the lichen and trees which are growing from the various cracks. Weather causes the rock to expand and shrink. When the cracks expand lichen invade, filling the cracks. We can see where trees have filled in cracks. We can also see climbers on the face. One person in the first group appears to be having difficulty. We watch two climbers climb up and down from the top, retrieving rope, and the stopping to help. We watch the climber ...
... of anything else except for a McDonalds with lovely facilities that we made a quick stop at. Montana didn't prove to be much different, although the scenery changed a bit for the better. The hills turned from black to green and there were snow-capped mountains in the distance. Craving something on the lighter side, we stopped in Billings for an early lunch only to be met with a barrage of burger joints. The disappointment was ...
burying the Chinaman in the last of the snow fall in South Dakota we quietly
slipped out of the RV Park and turned in the direction of Wyoming along
Interstate 90 West. We don't think he heard
Nature throwing all that white stuff around we have the complete opposite of
weather for this leg of our trip. Blue
clear skies, a tail wind to help with fuel consumption and a lot ...
Devil's Tower is a magical, sacred place. You can feel it in the air. It draws you in. It simultaneously embraces you and repels you. You can approach its base, but it warns you will falling rocks not to dare go further.
I understand why the Native American tribes found energy in this space. This igneous intrusion rises 1,267 feet above the surrounding terrain, summiting at 5,114 feet above sea level.
The story of Devils Tower among the ...