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RE: Grand Targhee Resort

RV Parky shows one in Tetonia and one in Victor - not sure if they offer monthly rates, but if you want hookups on the Idaho side of the Tetons, that's about it. https://www.rvparky.com/location/teton-mountain-view-lodge-rv-park https://www.rvparky.com/location/teton-valley-campground
j3ff9ack 03/13/22 11:50am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wifi options

FMCA tech connect is 50/month plus 50 setup and the annual membership fee,Uses sprint/T=mobile NO LIMIT on date no throttling if you hit xxx Gig per month. But like all cellular providers it is not 100 % coverage.. There are dead spots. (Coverage among the bit 3,, AT&T, Verizon and the T-mobile family (T-Mobile, Sprint, Metro, Boost and a few others) is very close but the deadspots are different) Star Link is, I believe, in Beta with their Low Earth Orbit satellites the chinease are type b itching about and that is about the limit of my knowledge. Hughes net also works on Sats but Geo-Sync not LEO so the ping times are longer. Thanks for the info...I do know that T-mobile sucks in the state of MT, so will stay away from anything that uses them. I am thinking that if I want anything it would have to be a satellite type setup. Having lived in Montana or Idaho most of my life and all of the years that cellular service has even been available, coverage is spotty in the Mountain West at best. If you want consistent high bandwidth and low latency, you are probably going to need Starlink. They are working on the FCC waiver for mobile service. In the meantime, I use AT&T (phone hotspot) and Verizon (MiFi JetPack). Sometimes I have to drive to the top of a mountain to get one or two bars, but until Elon gets his waiver and equipment in place, that's about as good as it's gonna get. https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2021/08/starlink-for-vehicles-plan-has-ruggedized-terminal-for-extreme-heat-and-cold/.
j3ff9ack 01/05/22 08:19am Technology Corner
RE: Sheridan Wy to horseshoe bend campground near Lovell Wy

14 is doable - just has a lot of switchbacks mainly on the east side of the Bighorns. I have not tried 14A but there are warning signs about steep and narrow road ahead at the 14/14A junction. 16 is not that much further south and is a better road for towing over the Bighorns if you have doubts about 14.
j3ff9ack 07/22/21 06:14am Roads and Routes
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