Photo's From Wyoming, Usa.

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  1. Queenzlander

    Queenzlander Read Only Funster

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    Our Vantage Neo at the Devil's Tower.
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    A close encounter with a Buffalo in Yellowstone NP.
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    Cooking Buffalo Sausages.... at our campsite in Yellowstone.
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    Yellowstone River
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    Old Faithful, preparing to erupt....
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  2. PeteH

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    OOP`s Parked in the Fire Lane, (Red Curb), That`s a Citation then?

    Try and get up the the road to the Sun. absolutely amazing. did it last July / August. they MAY even let you drive it in the motorhome (we where oversized). so went up on the Bus. They often don`t open it until 4th July, because there is STILL snow on it!!

    Pete
     
  3. Robert Clark

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    We did Going To Sun road two years ago in May - was open then, and you can drive on it in vehicles upto 21ft long (about 7m)
    Like you, would highly recommend
     
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    Great photos thanks for sharing a great trip.
     
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    Fabulous , nice photos (y)
     
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    Really enjoy following your adventures, keep the photos coming
     
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    Great photos, we were near Yellowstone a few years ago over Christmas and New Year, but the park was closed because of the snow. We managed to watch Old Faithful though, but only on a webcam!
     
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    No wonder you had a close encounter with the buffalo, fancy pinching his sausages!!!
    Great pics, very jealous,
    Cheers, Dave(y)
     
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    Without a doubt, my all time favourite US state, been there many times, and loved every moment, Enjoy.
     
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    Great pictures. Just out of interest, how easy is it to take a UK registered vehicle to the US?
     
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    "NickNic" I just put it on a Roll On Roll Off Ship at Southampton (GBP 1800) and sent it to Halifax in Nova Scotia. Shipping Agent there (Halifax) cleared it for $150 Canadian and I picked it up the next day. When we went thru the USA border they sighted my Passport and Drivers License. Right hand drive vehicle must not stay in North America and be exported out at the end of your trip.
    Getting Insurance was the most difficult thing, an American zip Code is required for this, Progressive Insurance do Motorhomes.
     
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    Love following your trip and photos. Keep 'em comming :)
     
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