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Old 06-20-2015, 11:09 AM   #21
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FR3 Diagrams

Perhaps some useful FR3 diagrams for electrical, plumbing and layout.
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Old 06-21-2015, 09:04 PM   #22
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Technorick -

Lots of parking at Crazy Horsew/easy accessibility.

We entered Yellowstone at the Eastern gate and had no wait at all ( we left at the Western gate today and there must have been 100 cars lined up). No problems with the roads, although we were warned that the road to Mammoth was under construction, hence our exit at the Western gate.

We saw another FR3 whilst tooling around so that was encouaging. We took a wildlife tour and a fire hole tour in regular city busses, and while it appeared the busses were close to the edges they had no problems with the roads. The vast majority of roads are open to motorhomes and sightseeing in the FR3 was pretty easy, once we got used to the roads (most with shoulders, some with none).

Took about two hours to travel the approx. 80 miles from Cody to our campsite at Fishing Bridge, mostly due to elevation and a couple of semi-switch backs. Roads smooth w/ little to no shoulders. Saw a lot of motorcycles on the road to camp as well as around the park.

Parking at the main sites (Old Faithful, paint pots, Upper & Lower Falls, etc.) was consistently full, so motorcycles are a good idea. The biggest jam we experienced was when some bison decided to stand on the road, with one bull literally walking the yellow line.

Saw lots of bison, elk, swans, pelicans, bison, bear, ravens, bison, motorhomes, bison. Great time was had by all.
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Thanks for the info. Great to know from another FR3 driver. We are camping in Cody and did not expect it to take two hours to get to the eastern entrance. Hmmmmm. That a lot of time on the bike just to get to the park. Plus all day on the cycles. We will need to pack food and drinks!


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Hi Technorick - sorry for not being clear; it took us 2 hours from Cody to Fishing Bridge. You'll probably make better time on motorcycles. And yes - take food and drink. There are many places to fill water bottles and the water tasted great. While we did not purchase food/drink, others on the tour buses were astounded by the high prices.

We're now about 3 hours from Glacier NP and off your travel route. Have a wonderful trip!
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