Clarion Inn & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sent an overwhelming force to retaliate, and Sitting Bull fled with his people into Canada. Their traditional lands, allotted reservation and herds of buffalo were all confiscated, and settlers grabbed the gold from their hills.
Whilst having our lunch, we spent a short time listening to the history and climbing the last stand hill to see the graves.
Then a few more hours driving, with a stop in Sheridan to stock on groceries for the next few days in parks, ...
... north of us. In the evening we went to see our friend, Jim, get inducted as Third Vice President....this is a five year commitment.
July 4th, the town of Gillette put on a fireworks display here in the park This was one of the most spectacular fireworks we have ever seen.
We leave July 5th.
... 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 ...
Day 52 June 20 - Our second day of classes. When did I go back to school? Well, we are learning lots of new information...some of it we knew and practice; other hints were ones that we will put in place.
Today was the first day of our course (3 hours each day) on RV Safe Driving...that's a lot of info.
The entertainment tonight was The Buckingham's (Susan; Kind of a Drag and ...
... where people would not be able to observe it. They were able to get financial backing from a number of doners to assist in purchasing Sue for the museum. They had the winning bid of $8,362,500.
After purchasing Sue the Field Museum had the fossil prepped and mounted and it is now on display in the lobby of the museum. In spite of the museum's concern about lack of access to ...