The Land owner used to play paintball with us out at the rocks and at Primetime Paintball back when Yates Army Navy was open. We had a pretty good friendship back then. When Yates moved to Australia we kind of lost contact. He has told me it is no problem for us to be out there. He just asks that we please not drive fast on the access road and to keep trash picked up. yes there were alot of cacti out there. But not on the field. However, we can drag it with a 4 wheeler and a railroad tie and Billy has a skid steer we can use. There are plenty of ways to make it nice. We just won't have any trees to shoot at or give us shade. But, that is why they make pop-up awnings (for shade Nick, not shooting
). I see a huge advantage in the fact that we wont be held back by a flooded deer creek. From the sounds of things the snow pack is ahead of normal already and we all know what that did last year. I remember alot of people that were bummed (and talking about quitting)because they couldn't even get their trucks across with out fear of flooding. It would just mean we could start playing earlier as soon as the weather is nice. The closer we get to building a field again the less I want to jump through hoops to appease a town council that is jaded towards paintball at the moment. Like Newt says, Glenrock will surely be alot more strict the next time they authorize a field. I say build it in Casper to start with.