Hampton Inn Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... celebrate Chris and Sharon’s 1st wedding anniversary. The food was wonderful, but way too much. After dinner we went to Boot Hill and had a few more drinks and did some dancing to country music. Yes, you heard right, I was at a night club and danced to country music. There are photos to prove it, but I think that Mr Bicardi helped a bit. Was a great night.
We leave Gillette tomorrow and head up to ...
... making it to Walmart in the dark and by myself, by stopping at Walgreens on the way back and purchasing a slurpie :). It was less than $2 and freaking amazing. I went back to the hotel and chilled for a little bit. It's a very nice hotel, even if the pool is in the middle of the lobby and half the rooms hav balconies on the inside of the hotel facing the pool. A bit weird but oh well - time for bed. Peace out from Gillette, Wyoming ...
... 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 ...
... makes up the area has eroded before wind and water, but seems to retain shape due to the roots of grass and small bushes that grow in it.
It seemed appropriate that there was a creek about the middle of that stretch called 'Crazy Woman Creek'.
I did photograph one small bit of it, but these ridges were running everywhere and filling the whole picture for miles as I drove:
... 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 ...