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solo 06-15-2006 8:32 AM

I don't know much about this area but I'm looking to put together a trip for the Magazine. I want to keep it domestic and I understand there are some sick lakes there. Any input on the riding areas or houseboat lakes? <BR> <BR>Regards <BR>Steven

girlboarder 06-15-2006 9:34 AM

Flaming Gorge in southwest wyoming/utah will give you plenty of places to ride. Just pray there isn't any wind and watch out for the water temps, it doesn't get much past 70 by the end of August. <BR> <BR>Glendo Reservoir in southeast wyoming is a lot like the Gorge, but warmer. <BR> <BR>Let me know if you decide to take a trip there, I think it would be awesome if Wyoming gets some representation. If you have any other questions about anything else there, I'll be happy to help you out, I've spent most of my life there.

michael_h 06-15-2006 4:06 PM

hey im from cali but have a ranch outside of casper and theres a couple lakes around that area but watch out for the wind, but when its not blowing its pretty cool alcova &amp; pathfinder .

slipknot 06-15-2006 7:53 PM

I would think there is no scene in Wyoming. Unless you are being pulled by a horse. Prove me wrong Hahn! Is that what you are out to do? <BR> <BR>Is there even a comp boat dealership in that state, if so, good luck. <BR> <BR>Are there lakes in Wyoming? <BR> <BR>I went to Fort Bridger on the way back from Idaho one year. Not much in the whole state. Land must be cheap to buy. Buy some land a build a lake?

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