So there we were on the homeward leg of the Yellowstone trip. My buddy was in the lead RV showing me that my truck would go faster. I was the pursuit vehicle. We were blowing up the Montana side of Lookout Pass and BANG... I had a sound that shook the truck and made me think I blew out a tire. Turns out real fast it wasn't a tire but a hose on my truck's turbo. I went from 65-70 mph heading up the pass down to at best 10 mph, creeping towards the summit. Luckily I only had a mile or so to go as I didn't want to try and park the truck on the road which was kinda steep. I had visions of this costing many hundred dollar bills as I thought it was the turbo or some other part on my 6.0 liter Ford diesel which had issues. My insurance company sent some roadside help. My other alternative was to wait until the next morning until a big flat bed could be sent. I have a crew cab and an 11 foot camper. The roadside help determined I hadn't broke any thing really bad and convinced me to limp 20 miles down the pass to where a repairman could tear into it. He looked inside and after a few minutes determined I'd blown a hose clamp off of one end of my turbo air intake. Boy that sure shuts things down when it happens. I think I will go back to my old way of driving like a white haired guy rather than keeping up with the youngsters. Total bill to get me back on the road was $100 which my insurance should reimburse me for. Did I mention we did not have cell service at the summit and had to get the ski resort to let me use their phone?