Wingate by Wyndham Gillette
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWingate by Wyndham Gillette
After being in the wilderness for 6 days the Wyndham was perfect. Internet, TV and a pool!! Very nice girl at front desk gave us good directions to get the car washed.
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... of pearly-white hydromagnesite.
Back on the road again, we headed to Devil's Tower National Monument in Wyoming. On the way we stopped in Sundance and got a quick bite at their local Subway. It began to rain as we drove but the rain slowed enough that Dad took a hike around Devil's Tower while Mom & the kids kept dry enjoying the sights from the van.
We completed our drive to Gillette, Wyoming and finally crashed at the Days Inn for the night.
... 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.
We started out the day by heading to Mt. Rushmore which was neat to finally see. While there, we saw some people filming questions for Jeopardy.
We drove through Custer State Park with a lot of unique rock formations, and some crazy rock climbers.
I'd be lying if I said we weren't starting to get a little road trip fatigue. After seven straight days on the road, the car has started to feel like an extension of my body. The girls may have begun to sprout roots into the back seat. I would like never to see another french fry again, ever. and we've reached the point where stunning vistas are greeted with a distracted "oh" and a moment's glance before we look back down at books and maps ...
... on the curves. We made it to a town called Red Lodge and had pizza. Really a neat looking little town. But we had bigger plans than to stay and play in this town. We left for South Dakota and are now camped for the night and will finish the drive tomorrow morning in Deadwood.. Other cool sightings along the way: 2 deer standing in the middle of a creek, some kind of really fluffy furry creature we have yet to identify, and a bunny at the camp ...