Best Western Tower West Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Last night was our first night sleeping on the road and it was fantastic! We made it to Sioux City as planned and had an hour to spare with Jac's DOT hours. I had to cancel our first reservation at a Comfort Inn and move us across the street to Marriott for parking reasons but it turned out to be wonderful. The only room they had left was one with …
... celebrate Chris and Sharon’s 1st wedding anniversary. The food was wonderful, but way too much. After dinner we went to Boot Hill and had a few more drinks and did some dancing to country music. Yes, you heard right, I was at a night club and danced to country music. There are photos to prove it, but I think that Mr Bicardi helped a bit. Was a great night.
We leave Gillette tomorrow and head up to ...
... led the 7th Cavalry on a charge at an overwhelming number of Lakota and Cheyenne warriors who were going about their traditional lives quite peacefully, in an effort to force them to move to a reservation in a neighbouring state. Custer didn't expect the ferocity of the defence and Custer, his officers and 260 of his soldiers were wiped out on a hill in what is now known as Custer's Last Stand.
Although the Lakota won the battle, it was the beginning of the end, as the ...
... 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.
... him to hunt for fossils on his land, which turned out not to actually be his land but property of the U.S. government. Someone from Black Hills Institute wound up going to jail for something uncovered during the lawsuit but unrelated to Sue.
The landowner then put the remains up for auction. The Field Museum in Chicago was worried that the fossil would end up in a ...