Motel 6 Gillette
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Gillette
... original land belonging to the native Amerian people. The memorial itself has been a work in progress for decades and is still not complete. Eventually, it will be a carving out of rock - the native American named 'Crazy Horse,' pointing out over the hills while riding his horse. The idea behind the memorial pays tribute to this native leader, who after losing many men in battle was asked 'And what is your land now?' to which he ...
... From Mount Rushmore we headed on West, getting away from the interstate by taking some beautifully winding mountain roads into Wyoming.
Our stop for the night in Gillette is just that, a stop and nothing more. This town is definitely not worth writing about. It's time to call it anyways as Yellowstone park is on the horizon! ... The weatherman is calling for hail ...
... sum*****' (etc) oil leaking Jaguar engine that had stained his driveway for years, to him the Buick was the only way to go.
But when it came time to make the Buick into something special, he fitted both front and rear suspension and brakes from an XJ6 spares car he still has in his backyard.
They're looking forward to getting back on the salt in August. A year of ...
... an amazing sight to see not only for those first couple reason but also because its a gigantic and hunormous rock that was a mile under ground about a million years ago and it is 867 feet tall. My dad says that the pillars are in a hexogonal form but I know that means hexogon but hexigonogal is to long a word for me to process. Anyways the pillars dont look big at all but then we saw ...
... the Black Hills thru stone tunnels, pigtail bridges, needles highway and ending at the Crazy Horse Monument. This is a work in progress that began in 1948 and hoping for completion around 2048. Crazy huh?
We ended our day at Roughlock Falls near Spearfish, SD. On to Yellowstone tomorrow, weather permitting.