Candlewood Suites Gillette
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Today we have seen Pronghorn, Mule Deer, Oil Rigs, and Snow. WAIT, SNOW in summer? Yep, in the distance we can see snow on the Rockies. Maeve and I, Molly have seen two more animals that we had never seen before,Pronghorn and Mule Deer. There are tons of oil Rigs around here. There are also ...
... Montana continued to captivate me with its prettiness, its grandeur, but it was beginning to change in shape:
Signs at this time, once I'd got out of Billings (where I had something to eat), indicated a lot of interest in Custer's Last Stand. The name 'Big Horn' became very visible, tourist signs mentioned the battlefield and displays at many places.
And there ...
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 ...
... to get there and as we drove into the park, we spotted a field of praire dogs. I took a photo of one which was on our side of the road. We decided to stop on the other side of the road on our way back out of the park.
We drove to the car park and got out and did the 1.3 mile trek around the bottom of Devils Tower. It was a bit hard for Darryl as he has a head cold and not feeling too well, but we ...
... rolled in and we had rain pretty much continuously for the rest of the day. That didn't stop us from driving down the beautiful Spearfish Canyon, jumping out of the car to see Roughlock and Bridal Veil falls, and driving remote Wyoming roads all the way to Devils Tower. We stopped alongside the road and took some great pictures of Devils tower (a bizarre, really tall lava plug mountain that local Indians view as sacred and ...