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RE: Fishing Bridge Yellowstone

Grizzly RV is nice but there is also Colter Bay RV on the south entrance. Both different. Wanting full hookups may not equate to wanting the RV resort experience like Grizzly. Colter is more park-like and national park feeling, if there is such a thing. We like full hookups but not the side by side, so compromise by going with just electricity at FS CG's like Baker's Hole. There are other FS CG's in the surrounding areas with electricity and water spigots to fill up. Anyway, that may be off topic a little.
ReneeG 09/04/15 05:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

Wow! Thanks for the great pics of sites and parks, GregoryJ.
ReneeG 09/04/15 07:35am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: HEY we need a sticky for our TT pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nice eastcoasthd!
ReneeG 09/03/15 05:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: Jackson Hole to I80E

I believe 26 is Teton Pass and you DON'T want to take that. Follow Busskipper's advice and go through Alpine. That's what we do. Route 22 going west from Jackson is the Teton Pass. Route 26 going east from Moran Junction goes over the Togwotee Pass and joins with route 287 to hit I80 at Rawlins. Thank you! Been over Togwotee and it's not bad.
ReneeG 09/03/15 02:53pm Roads and Routes
RE: Jackson Hole to I80E

I believe 26 is Teton Pass and you DON'T want to take that. Follow Busskipper's advice and go through Alpine. That's what we do.
ReneeG 09/03/15 06:56am Roads and Routes
RE: Cancellling Glacier NP - Smoke! Give us ideas

i too have been checking out the web cams and it looks good this week. I'll continue to check before we are expected to leave. Mountain Meadows is nice. Our first trip to Glacier, years back, we stayed there and really liked it. This time we would like the NPS CG experience.
ReneeG 09/02/15 06:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Rust colored fluid in freezer

Thanks for the update. Well, dang. Still frustrating that you now have to glue and rivet it back. Not sure, but would suggest Googleing food safe glue for a fridge and your model of fridge, or contact the manufacturer if you can't find specs online.
ReneeG 09/01/15 05:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Your Rig

Nice setup Spud1957. Enjoy your trip.
ReneeG 09/01/15 05:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Your Rig

Nice and paid for is the best part!
ReneeG 09/01/15 07:22am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cancellling Glacier NP - Smoke! Give us ideas

FYI...Our 40' motorhome and toad fit in Apgar. I did see some there your size, online, but we have solar and a satellite, so we prefer open sites to collect solar energy for dry camping and use our satellite if we want. With all the trees at Apgar we would be limited.
ReneeG 09/01/15 07:22am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cancellling Glacier NP - Smoke! Give us ideas

Currently, at least as of yesterday, Hwy 2 around the southern end of the park was closed. I can't imagine going way out of one's way to get to either St. Mary or Two Medicine to camp. I know Apgar is open as is others, but for us we'd need to stay at either one of those due to our size.
ReneeG 08/31/15 07:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cancellling Glacier NP - Smoke! Give us ideas

We just left buffalo bill state park in Cody. Absolutely beautiful. The smoke has been bad off and on for a while - we have been in the area about a month. I would go anyway - one day can be smoky the next clear - you just never know. If it is bad try flatbread lake, hungry horse reservoir, virginia city... Was it windy at Buffalo Bill State Park? Thinking of going but don't like windy places.
ReneeG 08/30/15 04:05pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cancellling Glacier NP - Smoke! Give us ideas

Good suggestions by Busskipper. Along the highway between the East Entrance to Yellowstone and Cody are many campgrounds and one state park, Buffalo Bill. Two campgrounds I researched have electricity and water - Rex Hale and Wapiti. The state park has two section and each have a loop with electricity. The two campgrounds will have electricity till the day after Labor Day, Buffalo Bill is open till September 30. All would be a good base camp to do exploring till you need to meet your next reservation.
ReneeG 08/30/15 12:54pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cancellling Glacier NP - Smoke! Give us ideas

Grand Teton NP, don't miss it!! A big X2! X3 - we too have been planning Glacier and have been keeping an eye on the web cams for air quality, but have alternate plans for Tetons and Central Wyoming too.
ReneeG 08/30/15 09:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

Thanks, Renee! The Ponderosa site was lovely but was a bear to back into - rocks in all the wrong places. We needed some help from other campers to get it done. Yeah, we see a lot of campground spots surrounded by boulders. Don't know why they do that!
ReneeG 08/29/15 11:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

Karen, Love your photos of sites. They're better than most Reserve America, etc, web sites. They often show just the site and not the road and shown empty. With yours, one can get a good perspective of the site. Thanks for the exact site numbers too.
ReneeG 08/29/15 08:57am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Advice on storing in a backyard.

Something under the tires is nice but not needed. The question is how mushy does the ground get when it's wet. If not very, you should be fine with a couple boards under the tires. If mushy, you need some gravel or other means to get the trailer in and out. Most RV tire experts recommend keeping your tires dry to prolong the life. Something under them helps. I believe that is left over advice from tire experts of 20-30yrs ago. If you Google the topic, many new articles come up with this advice. My thought is, it can't hurt even if it is old advice.
ReneeG 08/27/15 09:20am Travel Trailers
RE: What treatment for linoleum floor?

We have the BeauFlor resilient flooring in the kitchen and commode room, but because it's such a small area, after sweeping, I will get down on my hands and knees and use a sanitary wipe or two and call it done!
ReneeG 08/27/15 07:24am Travel Trailers
RE: Advice on storing in a backyard.

Something under the tires is nice but not needed. The question is how mushy does the ground get when it's wet. If not very, you should be fine with a couple boards under the tires. If mushy, you need some gravel or other means to get the trailer in and out. Most RV tire experts recommend keeping your tires dry to prolong the life. Something under them helps.
ReneeG 08/27/15 07:15am Travel Trailers
RE: Advice on storing in a backyard.

OhioRVMom - very nice gift for hubby and they did a great job.
ReneeG 08/27/15 07:09am Travel Trailers
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