Country Inn & Suites Gillette
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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You know the crazy bus sized RV that Robert De Niro drives in Meet the Fockers? Apparently those things actually exist! And they are all on the roads of South Dakota. Each house on wheels is also usually towing a car or jeep, motorcycles, quads and bicycles.
Most of these toys by the way look shiny and brand new as if they have never been used before. Given that we have ...
July 31, 2013 (Wednesday)
Headed North on Highway 20 to Highway 16 (Buffalo) then East on Interstate 90 to Moorcroft, WY. where we stayed the night. Saw lot's of road construction and Antelopes. It was about a five (5) hour drive, Cheryl's back ...
We have taken to the pavement one again and now head SouthEast out of Montana and back through Wyoming. Due to great on the fly planning. We are not backtracking yet, so everything we see is new. Tonight camp is set up in the town of Gillette. Nosy neighbors appear to have taken photos of the jeep, so no free night tonight. This morning started out great with us both sleeping in until the heat of the sun turned our tent into a sweat lodge. We ...
... out to be a big thunderstorm with lots of cloud to ground lighting bolts and it was quite something to watch. The winds had all the flags out straight with poles bending from the wind. It brought about a great sunset after storming for over an hour. (Mt. Rushmore was hit with golf ball sized hail the other night)!! Glad we missed that!
June 19 - Today was bright and ...
The odd relationship between man and nature (and progress) grow more pronounced in Mammoth and Geyser Country. Yellowstone's fame stems from its thermal formations as much as anything and the diversity of geology is astonishing.
Imagining the first explorers of a given culture in these lands is tough. The terrain is barren; steam rises at random intervals and only ...