Holiday Inn Express Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... has not even been into Sturgis yet.
We left Glen and headed down the road, via a small gravel road detour, to the Dollar Tree shop near Walmart. Everything in the shop is $1. What a great shop!
We then went back to the house and had a dinner of steak and chicken cooked on the BBQ. This is our last night here in Spearfish and we played a few games that were in the cupboard.
Day 6 - ...
Obviously I am going to be looking at car stuff in my travels. Some people on my regular list won't be interested, so I'm doing a separate blog for that... and the serious stuff begins with my visit to the Montana Dodge Boys in Bozeman MT.
I met Pedro and Scott there. Pedro was wanting a beer so he told me to jump into the passenger's seat of his '67 Plymouth GTX convertible as he ...
... br> I thought I might find out some more by stopping at a rest area, but there was no tourist information there (the whole day I didn't find a manned rest area, which is very unusual here as they are like tourist information offices), just an odd sign:
It was nearly dark as I arrived in Gillette, I think I'll sleep here and move on early in the morning to see the Devil's Tower.
... our time. Some technical info for you –
- Over millions of years, erosion of the sedimentary rock exposed Devils Tower
- The tower rises 867 feet from its base, stands 1,267 feet above the river and 5,112 feet above sea level
- The area of its teardrop-shaped top is 1.5 acres
- The diameter of its base if 1,000 feet
We got back into the car and then ...
Steffie and I were up early on our last day in Grand Teton and were in the car by 7:30am. We have our morning routine pretty well downpat these days and can get wake up, pack the tent, have breakfast and brush our teeth in an hour. Not bad really! On our original itinerary, we had planned to go south to Thermopolis before heading to Gillette, but we decided to go back via Yellowstone Lake and through the Wild West town of Cody instead.