Howard Johnson Inn Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... February 7, 1908 making Jewel Cave the first cave designated as a National Monument. Jewel Cave has more than 150 explored miles of passageways and the exploration continues by volunteers and scientists who continue expeditions to map and explore new areas in the cave. In addition to huge "rooms", Jewel Cave is home to many features including: stalactites, stalagmites, draperies, flowstone, dogtooth spar, nailhead spar, calcite popcorn, aragonite crystals and ...
... north of us. In the evening we went to see our friend, Jim, get inducted as Third Vice President....this is a five year commitment.
July 4th, the town of Gillette put on a fireworks display here in the park This was one of the most spectacular fireworks we have ever seen.
We leave July 5th.
... lot of plumbing there, including some tricky lines to squirt cool oil under the pistons. And here's the head Frank built and ran for a time:
Frank points out that this engine starts life at 912lbs. That's mighty heavy. But all the same, he ran it in this Jaguar:
At times it wasn't all plain sailing:
... of observations: People are friendly if you talk to them first in general; It is crazy windy out here!
We stopped in Sturgis, pretty quiet this time of year, people are gearing up for winter. Finally, we saw Devils Tower shortly after entering Wyoming.
... changes that was done
some to the good and others not so
good. It now cost $11
bucks just to park your car.
Fortunately they didn’t charge us an entrance fee. Had
good picture taking weather then.
Then went through Deadwood back towards I-90