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Verizon wireless has terminated its roaming coverage with the last CDMA provider (Iusacell) in Mexico. If you are bringing your Verizon phone to Mexico this means that you will only get a signal along the border region (Mexicali, Tijuana, Ensenada) and in important cities. Your alternative is to go to a wi-fi hotspot at a restaurant or bar and use that for sending email, iMessages or using Skype (note that many free hotspots block some technologies such as MMS and occasionally Skype). A beachcomber walks along the shore of Yellowstone Lake in view of Lake Hotel as the evening light fades in Yellowstone National Park. The National Park Service has given final approval for a plan by Verizon Wireless to build a new 100-foot cell tower to serve the Fishing Bridge and Lake Village developed areas in Yellowstone National Park. A permit clearing the way for construction of the new cell tower was recently approved by John Wessels, the Director of the Intermountain Region of the National Park Service, according to a statement released Tuesday by the National Park Service. A map from Verizon Wireless shows signal coverage from a cell phone tower planned for the area around Lake Hotel in Yellowstone National Park.
The group objected to the tower, saying the Park Service was not following its own policies before moving forward with the project. Park managers say that cell phone service is generally available in most developed areas within the park, including Mammoth, Old Faithful, Canyon, Tower, Roosevelt, and Grant. The new cellular site will be located next to a buried water tank on a 100-foot rise above the Lake administrative area and 700 feet below the top of the Elephant Back Ridge.
Park managers say cell antennas will be configured to minimize spillover coverage into Yellowstone’s backcountry. Planning documents state that the structure would be a 100-foot tall, gray, steel lattice tower. Also included in the project is a proposed 12-by-26-foot, single-story equipment building, a propane generator, a 6-foot tall chain link fence enclosure, underground electrical power lines, and approximately 0.45 mile of communications circuit conduit buried under or directly adjacent to the existing service road and to the nearest telephone service utility pedestal in the housing area.
A crane and weather balloons were used to simulate the height of the proposed tower to ensure that it would not be visible from the nearby Lake Hotel, Fishing Bridge and Lake Lodge historic districts. According to planning documents, the tower will be visible from a portion of the Grand Loop Road through the Lake area, but only through a break in the trees. The tower will extend approximately 30 feet above the surrounding tree canopy, according to planning documents, a necessity to allow other carriers to provide future service in the area without erecting additional towers.


Ruffin Prevost is founding editor of Yellowstone Gate, an independent, online news service about Yellowstone and Grand Teton parks and their gateway communities.
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This is a particularly worrying development for travelers on the highways who count on having an emergency lifeline in case of trouble.
This will allow you to call friends in the USA but they will have to call a Mexican number to reach you unless you can set up automatic call forwarding before you leave the States. The proposal for a new tower drew criticism last summer from Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. Current coverage around Lake is spotty, and does not include the large Bridge Bay campground and marina area.
The site already has access via an existing service road and is near existing electric and phone lines.
The site was also selected to minimize the cell signal’s reach into the park’s backcountry.
It would not be visible from the nearby Lake Hotel, Fishing Bridge, Lake Lodge historic districts, and area hiking trails.
He lives in Cody, Wyo., where he also works as the Wyoming reporter for Reuters news service. Funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Ecological Observatory Network will gather a wide range of data at sites spread among 20 distinct eco-climatic domains across the United States. From sweeping overlooks to hot springs and waterfalls to historic hotels and cabins, the park is full of beautiful places that would inspire passion in even the coldest heart. He worked from 2005-10 as the Wyoming reporter for the Billings Gazette and has also been managing editor of WyoFile.
Guest quarters have at times been only marginally better, with some lodging meant as temporary housing still being used a half-century later. Geological Survey, a moment of insight came when he learned how thermal imaging was used in the cattle industry to detect cows infected with foot-and-mouth disease.



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