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Old 10-22-2009, 06:15 PM   #15
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Cruzer great web site, advice and pictures. I visited Yellowstone, many years ago on a motorcycle. I remember it as being incredible and your pictures further strengthen my memory. Someday when I retire I'm going to visit the place, many times in my rv. Too bad it wasn't closer to the east coast.
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Cruzer's website is outstanding, for sure, and a must read for any RV'r planning a trip to that area. Based on his helpful information and encouragement, we took our first RV trip over the Beartooth Highway last year from Red Lodge into the NE Yellowstone entrance. I did not unhook the toad since the DW would only do the trip if she could ride with me in the coach. My Journey handled the climb with no problem. It was worth the effort...a drive that we enjoyed much.

Every time I read any of Cruzer's stuff, I cannot wait to get back out there. There is so much to see.
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We enjoy full hookups and gentle camping. That said, Grizzly RV is a great choice, we've been there 3 times. No pool, but lovely, close in to town, at the West Yellowstone entrance. There are four loops through Yellowstone, so plan at least one day of touring in the toad for each loop. Time permitting, an easy drive to change campsites will take you down to Jackson. Western wagon show dinners, horseback tours, jeep tours, great shopping and wonderful restaurants. Good for at least 2 days, or more. Then yes, back up through the park and head to Cody for a campground. Makes a wonderful vacation, do enjoy and happy trails.
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