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Old 07-23-2013, 06:12 AM   #1
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Pulling a light pop-up on a cross-country trek this Fall, we have choices on the day we go from Grand Teton to Custer. Earlier we had thought about a LONG day of scenic driving via Yellowstone east entrance and Cody, but have abandoned that idea because we'd just like to make better time.

But we are still faced with choices. We love to see new things, so the route through Thunder Basin National Grasslands (WY 387) looks interesting, but... is that anything? A sweeping prairie with stunning vistas or a small and tedious route? If it's not really anything to enjoy, we'd probably just stay with larger routes, like more of I-25, US20, US18, etc.

Interested in what you think.

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Pulling a light pop-up on a cross-country trek this Fall, we have choices on the day we go from Grand Teton to Custer. Earlier we had thought about a LONG day of scenic driving via Yellowstone east entrance and Cody, but have abandoned that idea because we'd just like to make better time.

But we are still faced with choices. We love to see new things, so the route through Thunder Basin National Grasslands (WY 387) looks interesting, but... is that anything? A sweeping prairie with stunning vistas or a small and tedious route? If it's not really anything to enjoy, we'd probably just stay with larger routes, like more of I-25, US20, US18, etc.

Interested in what you think.

Cal & Nancy
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Go 387, not only fewer miles, but it does what I like best, avoiding the interstates at all times.
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