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Re: Yellowstone [Re: Don Edwards] #6949
03/24/07 02:56 PM
03/24/07 02:56 PM
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Is anyone else going this year? I would definitely like to go - but I am still not sure when I can swing it. I am hoping that perhaps we can book a couple of weddings this year out there. I would ideally like to make it out in September.

James

Re: Yellowstone [Re: James Morrissey] #6950
03/27/07 02:34 AM
03/27/07 02:34 AM
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Dumas, Texas
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I'm sure planning on being there last week Sept first week Oct. not sure where we will stay. Had good luck on a big moose at the Gros Ventre camp grounds GTNP not far from Mormon Row, Schwabacher’s Landing.
can't wait
Gary

Re: Yellowstone [Re: gll] #6951
03/27/07 10:41 PM
03/27/07 10:41 PM
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Hi Gil,

That is typicall when I like to go myself. It seems that everything is peeking right at that time. When we do this, we try to bounce around a bit with 'base camps.' i.e. Jackson and Mammoth are usually the primaries. My brother and his family is going at the end of August, and they plan on staying in the Tetons for much of it.

James

Re: Yellowstone [Re: James Morrissey] #6952
03/28/07 01:34 AM
03/28/07 01:34 AM
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There is a really nice place to stay on Mormon row its the Moulton Cabins http://moultonranchcabins.com/.
We love it there but its hard to get in, last year we got on the list and someone canceled. it about 150 yards or so from the famous south barn and about a mile to the north barn. Last year we stayed one night at the south and north and west and east entrance towns then finished up at the Moulton cabins.
thinking about a trailer this year, the inlaws offered to let us use theirs and Gros Ventre looked very good, except it shuts down early Oct.
the mountains are calling I must go.

Re: Yellowstone [Re: gll] #6953
03/28/07 01:30 PM
03/28/07 01:30 PM
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Southern Ohio USA
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Were planning a trip through yellowstone and Grand Tetons And on up to Washington and Oregon and down the coast of California and back through Arizona and Utah; or just the reverse of above schedule depending on weather conditions and departure. I have to many questions to ask so I'm just trying to read every thread I can find . I like this forum because of National Parks reference. Thanks Randall


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Re: Yellowstone [Re: Randall] #6954
03/28/07 04:01 PM
03/28/07 04:01 PM
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Welcome Randall, I'm fairly new here as well. The wife and I are headed to the North Cascades in about seven weeks, we're looking forward to it. Looks to be some nice folks here.

Don


"I am a soldier, I fight where I am told, and I win where I fight."
Re: Yellowstone [Re: Don Edwards] #6955
03/30/07 09:46 PM
03/30/07 09:46 PM
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Southern Ohio USA
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Thanks Don
HOpe you have a good trip
Randall


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Re: Yellowstone [Re: Randall] #6956
04/03/07 04:57 AM
04/03/07 04:57 AM
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Hi Randall,

Thanks very much. If you have questions, please post them. I love the Tetons/Yellowstone, and will do my best to be helpful.

James

PS Welcome!

Re: Yellowstone [Re: James Morrissey] #6957
04/14/07 04:24 AM
04/14/07 04:24 AM
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Payson, UT
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Well in one month I will be heading up that way. I had some excellent luck last year a but a week later then when I am heading this year. The winter wasn't much this year so I think there could be any early spring up that way. Can't wait to see!!

Re: Yellowstone [Re: wes242] #6958
04/14/07 08:14 PM
04/14/07 08:14 PM
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Hey Wes,

Great to see you around. If you get a bunch of cool photos, you better be prepared to share. Your article from last year was pretty cool.

James

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