Days Inn Gillette
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Gillette
There was a distinct odor of an older, used-to-be-smoked-in building upon entrance. We proceeded to check in and headed to our room. The air in the room was better. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. There was a dispenser of ice water with fresh lemons and limes in it at the front desk. The breakfast in the morning was quite adequate and had fresh waffles in addition to the standard continental fare. I would consider this again, if needed because of the staff and the efforts they took at providing hospitality, but would hope that the construction along the road passing the hotel would be completed and cleared.
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The long drive today took us through some of the ranch country of Montana. Traveling the back roads we saw fields of hay bales as far as the eye could see, cattle, rolling hills, and lots of empty space. The road passed through several tiny towns only big enough for a gas station or little store. We noticed there were bee hives on many of the ranches.
One exception was the little town of Lavinia. This town which flourished during the early 1900's ...
... arriving at Devils Tower National Monument about tea time. Brendan wants his sole piece of trivia recorded - that a clerical error in registering the site meant that the apostrophe was omitted in Devil's, and so it is properly referred to as Devils Tower even today.
After dinner we drove to the foot of the tower, and walked the 3km trail around the base, stopping at a number of viewpoints for different photo angles. Saw at least 6 people at various heights climbing the tower, ...
... him to hunt for fossils on his land, which turned out not to actually be his land but property of the U.S. government. Someone from Black Hills Institute wound up going to jail for something uncovered during the lawsuit but unrelated to Sue.
The landowner then put the remains up for auction. The Field Museum in Chicago was worried that the fossil would end up in a ...
Craig and I were both relieved to wake up this morning without the panic of taking down a tent before the heavens opened above us. However, over night, Focus and our tent became polka-doted. They were covered in gross, large, greenish-yellow bugs with wings and a spiky antenna butt (see picture). We thought we were pretty ********e by with these bugs, until we looked at the tent and mini-van next to us, which no longer had a polka-dot pattern...both were just solid bug pattern.
... the Black Hills thru stone tunnels, pigtail bridges, needles highway and ending at the Crazy Horse Monument. This is a work in progress that began in 1948 and hoping for completion around 2048. Crazy huh?
We ended our day at Roughlock Falls near Spearfish, SD. On to Yellowstone tomorrow, weather permitting.