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 Post subject: Lovin' West Yellowstone
PostPosted: 05/13/18 09:04 
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Well, here we are. West Yellowstone, Mt. We planned this trip pretty much right from the beginning of our Workamping adventure and here we are!
The area is simply BEAUTIFUL and AWESOME. The scenery is breathtaking and you never know when you will see wildlife along the side of the road. Every trip out of the campground is a treat.
Campground managers are the best! The other workampers are great and are all full timers. Makes us think even more about being full timers, too. Lots to think about with that.
For anyone that is just starting out don't wait! Get that rig out on the road and do some traveling!!
Our country has so much to offer and so many great people to meet along the way. This is truly the good life.

Stop by our fire and sit a bit,

Linda & Paul


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 Post subject: Re: Lovin' West Yellowstone
PostPosted: 05/13/18 12:34 
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We love West Yellowstone spent 9 years there and got to meet a lot of nice folks along the way. We stayed at Fort Jax, where are you working and staying?

Out of 15 years of workamping we finally found paradise in Montana, hope you do the same.

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 Post subject: Re: Lovin' West Yellowstone
PostPosted: 05/15/18 10:00 
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We're staying and working at Yellowstone Holiday Resort. Its on Hebgen Lake about 12 miles north of the west entrance to Yellowstone. We absolutely love it here.


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 Post subject: Re: Lovin' West Yellowstone
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Never stayed there, Jodi from Workampers stayed there with her husband and visited us.

We worked at "Yellowstone Outlet stores, which is now down to one store on Canyon street 1/2 block north of Yellowstone ave. Stop and say hello to Randall Klein the owner for us.

We also worked at "the New Pioneer" which is just 1/2 block north of Yellowstone ave. Stop and say hello to Andrea the owner for us.

By now you have visited Quake lake and the visitors center.

Take a side trip to Mesa Falls, and stop at Jakes Cabin on the way. Locals should have easy directions to both of these places.

If you are a fisherman Ennis is like going to Meca for Fly fishermen, its an easy day trip.


While in Ennis just as the road divides, take the road heading for Virginia City which is another must stop and see on the immediate left in Ennis on the left hand side is the Antler Museum. Stop in and buy a big Elk antler. Feel free to roam around.

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