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    Hidden TW Bakers Hole CG West Yellowstone

    Anyone claim this hidden TW, I Found this Dub in Bakers Hole CG just outta West Yellowstone.
    I cut the plate off the truck but they’re from Colorado and with so much to see/ do in the area I only saw the camp occupied once in the 4 days we were there.
    Would have stopped but we were frozen returning from Big Sky on that orange ridiculous street bike (waved and smiled) we were camped further down the loop by the Madison river.
    ‘NOW I wish I had bought more of those tee shirts, imagine the surprise to come back to camp and find a Tdub club shirt!
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    That was not me, but I think I also saw that rig when I was in Yellowstone. The Bakers Hole CG was full when I pulled in there. So I then found an alternate location to camp outside Yellowstone NP about 20 minutes from the northwest entrance at a place called Bootjack. Prior to that I was boondocking on USFS land adjacent to the Grand Tetons. Spent a couple weeks in Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. Then went to Glacier NP and into British Columbia, Canada. Overall, I just got back from a month long 2000 mile trip traveling through 8 states with my TW 200 on the back of my travel trailer. If you saw this TW 200 somewhere in the western half of the USA recently, that was me.

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    Nice Nash, has reasonable angles of approach and departure to minimize snag and drag getting into that ideal boondocking campsite.
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    FurSniper, That is a good looking rig, but I haven’t seen you on the road.
    We are headed to Glacier next but prefer camping Forest over National Park so we landed at Seely Lake and found lots to explore and some of the friendliest people I’ve ever met.
    We will spend 4 days in the park doing tourist stuff, then go home as slow as I can thru as much of Idaho that time allows.
    Happy trails
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