After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I have been offered a job in the WDOC, and will likely attend the academy in July.
The academy is in Rawlins, where I will likely be working afterwards. How do people date with such a distance between towns and such?
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I don't mean to discourage you from coming to Wyoming, but is it possible there's potential employment in a field where you'd be happier for the long term in a location where you would like to stay? But you're taking a really tough path here for the sake of a job in what may be setting yourself up for a very lonely, if not hostile, environment.
A bigger city with more population and activities you'd like to do? My general response wouldn't be limited to Rawlins, because you're going to have to participate in the local social activities if you're going to have any reasonable chance of meeting people, especially ones who share your interests.
My bet is you're going to be awfully disappointed with Wyoming just on the basis of small demographics and uncommon interests.
I've found ND gals, in particular, and farm/ranch gals in general, to be very attractive to my tastes, and they are often well schooled, not into 'entitlements', and hard workers. Or dance classes, or gardening, photography or hiking clubs (I never resorted to 'quilting...').
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But I found mine in church after befreinding her sisters...
I actually think your chances of finding a good relationship is BETTER in the (semi) boonies, as the 'typical school/university scene' is way impersonal. Shoot, I used to frequent the dance at Kay Cee, and even dropped into Hawk Springs on occasion.