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Old 09-01-2015, 08:38 AM   #1
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Hello,

Wife and I are renting a Class C in Seattle and heading to Glacier National Park, Yellowstone and then Grand Tetons.
We are doing this from Sept 21-Oct 5.
We drop the unit off at Salt Lake City.

Any suggestions on things to see or things to avoid?

How about stocking the kitchen?

We plan on eating breakfast and lunch in the RV and having dinner out. However that probably won't work as we will have the RV parked at night and won't have a toad.

Please share with us your collective wisdom and experience.

Best wishes to all,

Parrott_head
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Just a few ideas. Head over I-90 and turn north at Tompson Falls. Long big hill but then it is beautiful traveling.
Go up the west side Flathead lake. Have a blast!
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Flathead Lake is on our map. Thanks!
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Old 09-01-2015, 10:37 AM   #4
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Please take a minute to check out Whitefish.
Great little town.
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