Candlewood Suites Gillette
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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June 24th Bill decided to clean and wash the trailer so when we get to the rally, our trailer will look presentable. All nice and clean and then came the rain and hail again. When we set out for Gillette in the morning the sun was shining upon us again. Yeah..a good day. We put the address in the GPS and little did we know it would take us over fifteen miles of road construction...I mean no pavement...red clay and mud with large ...
... a lovely lady.
Once we had all the people for our tour, 55 in all plus bus driver CJ, a cowboy, we took a drive to Red Rock Amphitheatre which still holds concerts today, then we did a tour of Denver City which is rather nice, we were dropped a 16th Street Mall but we just went and had coffee as we are staying an extra couple days in Denver so we will look around then. After that we headed to our hotel Red Lion ...
August 1, 2013 (Thursday)
Calling for thunderstorms today, so off we went to Devil's Tower. What a sight, went to the visitors center and got our Passport Book stamped. Cheryl did some shopping. They had two (2) trails about four (4) miles, so off we went. Got rained on a couple of times, but not much, then the sun came out and got humid. Stopped and ...
... like South Dakota is really taking a beating this week. We really lucked out because we had sun every day.
One the the seminars we were in the gentleman was talking about full-timing and how it can take a toll on your relationship and what he found is that you need to say "I love you" and I'm sorry" when needed to keep things civil. He said his wife is very good about it and every ...
... Canadian geese for that matter, I think I've seen enough already! Sadly Steffie didn't see her wolves. On the way back we stopped at the Mud Volcano and Sulphur Cauldron which are hydrothermal features of boiling muddy water and a pool of steaming, yellow sulphur.
We made two more stops to look at the Lake Village Hotel, which is the oldest in a national park, and at Lake Butte Overlook which gave us a pretty bright, clear view of the lake and surrounding ...