Holiday Inn Express Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... base of the monument, which was nice seeing as I hadn't got to go walking/hiking in ages. You are able to climb/hike the monument, however you need to register and have a license to be able to do so.
We headed over to the town of Gillette for dinner. Most of the group went to a Chinese buffet, however myself, Amy from France and Claudia from Germany walked over to the supermarket for a microwave dinner instead. Not exactly ...
... is right there alongside the trailer in which the Fast Four resides.
While I was there, Pedro made a call to Frank Morris at Columbus. The next morning I called in on Frank and his wife, Robyn... Frank had lots to show me:
This rig has set a record on the salt at 260mph. Naturally a lot of experimentation has gone on to get it there!
... 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:
... and went for a dip in Boiling River. Very fascinating spot where the hot thermal springs flow into the freezing glacier fed river creating a mixture of sensations between hot and cold. On our way back to the car, Alex, with a keen eye, spotted a fawn off in the bushes that had apparently already noticed us. It ran, or basically hopped away. We cut through the upper portion of Yellowstone that we had by previously seen, and we fortunate enough ...
... more farmland which eventually changed into prairie lands. Then we came to the badlands, hill country and the beginning of cattle ranges. The countryside is beautiful and it is fascinating to see the changes as you cross the country. Today we saw goats, sheep, cattle, and horses all grazing on lush green grasses as we drove. Our stops today were at Wall Drug in Wall, SD for our 5 cent cup of quite good coffee, a donut and ...