Actually, there used to be CG in Wyoming at the LORAN Station near Gillette but all of those were shut down last year, I believe. And as far as the floods out that way......they bring in CG from elsewhere to help. I remember reading somewhere that during the floods, they brought in CG crews from Michigan, among other places.
Anyway, I was born and raised in western SD.....12 miles from the Wyoming border and I can confirm that yes, in fact people do still live there Master.
Seriously, I agree that if you join the CG, you should definitely take advantage of the opportunity to "see the world". My oldest daughter went to Alaska after boot camp.....just because that was a place she'd always wanted to see and she knew this would probably be her only chance. She loved it. My younger daughter ended up in California and got to travel to Mexico, Guatemala, Panama, you name it. She had a good time with that, too. I'll never forget the morning she called me.....she was in Costa Rica at the time but I didn't know that since she wasn't allowed to tell me. Anyway, she was so excited because she got to go zip-lining the day before. She's the last person I would have expected to do that because she'd never been very adventurous, at least with things like that, but she ended up having a blast. She never would have been able to do anything even remotely similar to that if she'd hadn't been willing to go off the grid, like Macie said.
I do wish you the best of luck, where ever you end up. Keep us posted on how things are going.