So as I enter my last two years of highschool, (yes, I'm that young) I need to start planning out my future, and sending out college apps, etc. I'm looking to move out of the area I live in now, upstate New York. The places I'm looking to move after HS are primarily out west. I'm looking at Colorado, NoCal, etc. I really only have a couple criteria I'm looking for.
1) Education is a must. I'm looking for some good colleges in which I can start my career. I'm looking into the medical field, as it has interested me my entire life and is one of my highest aptitudes.
2) Wakeboarding spots. Wakeboarding is my passion. Any lakes, resevoirs, rivers that are amazing for wakeboarding would really be nice. Even a cable park maybe. The lake I live on right now is hurrendous. It's 5 foot rollers 6 days a week, like a freaking ocean. So pretty much ANY kind of improvement from this I'll be able to live with.
3) Seasons. As much as I'd like to live in a place where I can wakeboard year round, I don't think I'd be able to do it. I need snow in my life. I love snowboarding and snowmobling almost as much as wakeboarding.
The main areas I'm looking at are Colorado Springs, Redding, Stockton, etc. But I'm openminded to many other suggestions! So anyone from Colorado, Utah, North California area with ANY insight on what I should do would be greatly appreciated. I know I might be being a little picky, but oh well. You only live once, right? Thanks in advance!