Super 8 Gillette
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Gillette
... 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 ...
... to the concert to hear Yancee de Veer. He's the one that wrote "Always on my Mind" and "Friends in Low Places". No matter how much energy he put into it...there were still a lot of old folks dozing off.
July 3rd, we did laundry and shopped for last minute supplies for our trip....I'm quite sure there are ...
... a few days on the salt, it's all good fun.
And to more mundane things, beginning in Spokane I started to see things I didn't expect to see:
While at Pedro's there was this real surprise:
From time to time I'll see more and post it up for everyone. Don't forget to click on the pics for further details and full size ...
... 386 metres above the surrounding terrain though that wasn't easy to tell in the dark. Reminds me of how, when I was a boy, we pulled into an outback camping ground at twilight and I excitedly anticipated climbing on the big sandhill I could see seemingly so close to our caravan, only to discover in the morning that it was massive Ayers Rock about 10 miles away). Mission accomplished, we headed on to our hotel in Gillette and a delicious meal at Perkins Family ...
... we didn't make it to 11k. Near the top we found a snow hill, pulled out the dune surfing skim board and were a little more successful using it to surf/sled in the snow. How appropriate, I had on board shorts, tshirt, and flip flops. But, frostbite started to set in so I had to put my boots on. After the snow play, we continued on and pulled up on a guy racing down the mountain on a bike. We clocked him at 40 and couldn't keep up most of ...