We are taking the grand kids and only going to be in Yellowstone for 4 nights so I really can't come up thru the Teton area because it will take too much time. We are leaving our farm and all our animals so we don't have as much time as we would like. We are thinking that we would like to make it with just one stop over. I have made a few trips to the Black Hills from central Missouri hauling horses and motorcycles and was able to make it with just one stop over. Is it possible? Would the best entrance be the East one via Cody to get to our lodging at the Lake?
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