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Where is a good place to move to Wyoming?;no flat land.

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Hmm. Didn't see this until now. I live in Jackson. It's one of the more liberal towns and sees a lot of tourism, but there's plenty of places I can go to do whatever I want. Pinedale and Star Valley areas are also good if you want some terrain.

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Hmm. Didn't see this until now. I live in Jackson. It's one of the more liberal towns and sees a lot of tourism, but there's plenty of places I can go to do whatever I want. Pinedale and Star Valley areas are also good if you want some terrain.

 

WHOW! Pinedale! My Uncle used to own the Flying A Ranch ( http://www.flyinga.com/ ) up there years ago. Not sure how many hundres of acres it was but also leased I think several thousand acres of the surrounding BLM land. Ran a dude ranch. Used to drive a jeep up to Mud Dog Lake and fish, hand old, dead horses from trees as bear bait. He sold it, all but 10 acres I think many years ago. Ahhh... the good old days!

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WHOW! Pinedale! My Uncle used to own the Flying A Ranch ( http://www.flyinga.com/ ) up there years ago. Not sure how many hundres of acres it was but also leased I think several thousand acres of the surrounding BLM land. Ran a dude ranch. Used to drive a jeep up to Mud Dog Lake and fish, hang old, dead horses from trees as bear bait. He sold it, all but 10 acres I think many years ago. Ahhh... the good old days!

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My fingers are dyslexic. Thanks for fixing it! :wink:

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WHOW! Pinedale! My Uncle used to own the Flying A Ranch ( http://www.flyinga.com/ ) up there years ago. Not sure how many hundres of acres it was but also leased I think several thousand acres of the surrounding BLM land. Ran a dude ranch. Used to drive a jeep up to Mud Dog Lake and fish, hand old, dead horses from trees as bear bait. He sold it, all but 10 acres I think many years ago. Ahhh... the good old days!

 

 

Haha, right on. There is a LOT of space out there.

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