The van-supported AC tour we paralleled through there went south through Jackson and over Teton Pass, then up to West Yellowstone. I don't remember if they were shuttled or cycled it; perhaps someone from ACA can help out.
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Anyway, I'll weigh my bike when I get the chance, just so I know.
True, but if you do it from a different post office you may run into a stickler who'll route it through someplace in Missouri (St. Louis, maybe?). It can take a week to ten days before the receiving post office will get the notice and forward the package.
I never heard of forwarded packages being routed through Missouri is that official USPS policy? Have you actually had that happen to your package?
Edit: I just realized that you were saying that the request was forwarded through Missouri not the actual package. Is that correct?
If you miss it (package not there yet, or post office closed when you come through), leave a signed, written request at the post office for them to forward the package to West of Nowhere, KY, 32109.
For what it is worth... You can make these arrangements to forward them at any post office, not just the one the item was mailed to. Personally I'd just buy the maps all up front unless your plans are likely to change.