We left our great little site and headed north through Grand Teton National Park.
We were treated with these beautiful animals up close. WOW!
We were going up a little hill and the motor home started to get slower and slower and slower. We made it up and over and pulled over in one of the overlooks. Oh-oh! After a while, it was okay so off we went.
We entered Yellowstone National Park and same thing happened again so we took it slow into Grant’s Village and found a mechanic to take a look. They felt it was a bad fuel filter but they did not have one and would not be able to get one for a day or so. We found out that there was a Napa in West Yellowstone who had them so off we went - 50 miles each way. When we came back, they put the filter in and we did a few test drives and although we did not feel it was right, the mechanics could not find any other issues. They did give us the names of a few places in Bozeman, Montana if we had more problems.
So we left the garage at 5 PM with Andy driving the motorhome and me driving the Tracker separately. No problems to the campground.
We are staying at Baker’s Hole National Forest Campground - a great little place with electric. Ann and Roy are here and we spent the rest of the evening talking about our troubles.
A little about Yellowstone - we made the trip from Grants Village which is near the south entrance to the west entrance, three times today. The scenery is beautiful but I did not take many pictures. Someday we will be back and spend LOTS of time exploring this park.
Two photo’s from Yellowstone - we were thrilled to see the trees coming back since the 1988 fire. I was here in 1981 and those pines were majestic. Andy and I came through in 1997 and it was sad to see so much destruction especially since I saw it before the fire.
So many hot springs:
We are still not sure what we are doing next.
Stats for today:
Miles Traveled: 127 miles (Motorhome only) - Add another 150 or so for the Tracker
Wyoming: Gros Ventre Road; US-191; US-20
Montana: US-20; US-191