Hampton Inn Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Over there where my dead lay.' Eye-opening stuff.
Our second stop was Mount Rushmore. It was pretty cool that it was carved out of a mountain, but I'm not sure whether it was because I'd only scene it in movies or something, but it actually looked kind of small. Maybe also because I have the mountains of the Grand Canyon to compare it to, but nevertheless, it was still a very cool and very important part of American ...
... to the gas station to get it. It's a 4-speed car, it has electric exhaust cutouts and the Hemi is no longer a 426... try 572!
Explaining that this car makes him feel like a kid again, he opened it up a couple of times, you can imagine... but he still loves his older stuff:
I do recommend looking up the Montana Dodge Boys website. And note that the ...
Today I went into the first of what should be 20 states of the US that I haven't entered before. But that was a good 200+ miles after I set out from Columbus... and we have pics of the journey to discuss... though the beginning of my travelling day was delayed by having to check out some salt flat race cars...
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... wanted to get a job in the mines in Australia and had done some research, so he had lots of questions, some of which we could not answer. We left at 11.30pm and I drove back to our hotel. It is nice to know that we don’t have to pack up and leave in the morning, as we are here for 3 days.
Today, we did our own thing and went out to see Devils Tower, which is near Sundance. It took us about ...
... this rally and will also be joining us in Alaska. It was nice to get a head start on getting to know people now. They are about our ages and that's nice. I was afraid that most would be in their late 70's or more!!
You'll see some of the highlights of our drive here from Devils Tower and the weather related photos from last nights storm and sunset...