National 9 Inn Gillette
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... some of the original buildings from that era. The Adams Hotel which is on the national registry of historic places is the highlight. Now in need of repair it was once a high class hotel. There is also a garage, small house, and the Slayton Mercantile.
We left the country road in Billings to hop on I-90 to continue to our final stop for the night in Wyoming.
Tomorrow we hope to visit some of the scenic areas around Custer, South ...
... work. We then drove to the Buffalo Bill museum and learned all about Buffalo Bill nee William F. Cody. There were 5 museums rolled into 1 but we didn't have time to do the rest. We took the Scenic Byway thru Big Horn National Forest it had fantastic rock formations and a waterfall called Shell Creek. ( photos to follow of course) the rock formations were similar to. wilpenia pound ending up in Gillette which the furthest we wanted to drive today to get ready for The Black Hills ...
... His exquisitely rebuilt and modified Buick 2-door is a great looking bit of kit. Frank did all the work himself, including the painting.
Under the bonnet he just couldn't resist:
But what you can't see is important, too. Frank got a lot of negative comment (as one can possibly imagine) at putting the Buick engine into the Jaguar. He referred constantly ...
... they were very cute popping their heads up and scampering from hole to hole. We spent ages trying to get good photos of the little critters from 100m away only to drive around the corner and find them right next to the road, however by that time we were running late and couldn't be bothered stopping for "one more photo". So the blurred photo will have to do but we got very good views looking at them through binoculars. We had a long drive ahead and our rambles in ...
... and went for a dip in Boiling River. Very fascinating spot where the hot thermal springs flow into the freezing glacier fed river creating a mixture of sensations between hot and cold. On our way back to the car, Alex, with a keen eye, spotted a fawn off in the bushes that had apparently already noticed us. It ran, or basically hopped away. We cut through the upper portion of Yellowstone that we had by previously seen, and we fortunate enough ...