Candlewood Suites Gillette
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- Pets allowed
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... work. We then drove to the Buffalo Bill museum and learned all about Buffalo Bill nee William F. Cody. There were 5 museums rolled into 1 but we didn't have time to do the rest. We took the Scenic Byway thru Big Horn National Forest it had fantastic rock formations and a waterfall called Shell Creek. ( photos to follow of course) the rock formations were similar to. wilpenia pound ending up in Gillette which the furthest we wanted to drive today to get ready for The Black Hills ...
... 386 metres above the surrounding terrain though that wasn't easy to tell in the dark. Reminds me of how, when I was a boy, we pulled into an outback camping ground at twilight and I excitedly anticipated climbing on the big sandhill I could see seemingly so close to our caravan, only to discover in the morning that it was massive Ayers Rock about 10 miles away). Mission accomplished, we headed on to our hotel in Gillette and a delicious meal at Perkins Family ...
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 ...
... br> the night at a place called Keyhole Lake State Park in WY. Nice
place, nice little lake. A stormed blew in early and cooled things off. We got
things back into the truck before it started to rain and thunder. The sound of rain on an aluminum cap makes
After we crossed the Black Hills In the morning, we arrived in Wyoming, a state where the West is still wild! We passed the coil and oil town of Gillette on the eastern edge of the Powder River Basin, which became the center of a battleground in the 1870s, as ...