Days Inn Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Gillette on the interstate for 80 miles flat boring road. We turned off at Buffalo and took the backroads and the ride became a pleasurable experience. We had the rocky's on one side and flat grazing land green pastures on the other. It was a warm sunny day. We went through a magnificent canyon Spearfish Canyon and stopped at Spearfish for …
... the craziness of Yellowstone, free of crowds, tourist buses, coffee shops, and mosquitoes, and it's just lovely. There are about 50 tents and campervans dotted about the grassy campsite, and the first thing we noticed was that we no longer have bear proof rubbish bins. Amongst all this peaceful communing with nature, however, we were a little surprised to see the prominent sign on the ladies toilets banning guns from being carried inside. I've heard of protecting your virtue, but really ...
... in a couple of lectures and viewed some of the new Airstreams. We also met the couple that will travel to Dawson Creek with us. Beth likes to shop and found a route that will bring us to the Edmonton Mall ( the 6th larges mall in the world)....go Beth !!!!
Friday , June 27th we took a tour of the Eagle Butte Coal Mine. This is an open pit mine that works 24/7... three hundred sixty-five days a year. Truck after truck is loaded ...
Thursday 11th July
Travelled east to Gillette, nothing to do with razor blades, although it is a mining town..
A large coal mine here that the town revolves around and the town has grown two fold in recent years. Supposed to be oil too.
Friday 12th Gillette Greg had the car serviced. Vicki did the washing uploaded and updated the blog. (whoopee)
... 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 ...