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NOTALL OF ARIZONA IS A DESERT (WE HAVETHELARGESTUNDITURBEDPONDEROSAFOREST IN AMERICA). THEENTIRESTATEHASBEENEXPERIENCINGLOWERTHANAVERAGERAINFALLSINCE 1999. YES, WE LIVE IN THEDESERT..MOST OF US ANYWAY, ANDYES WE AREEXPERIENCING A DROUGHTTHROUGHTTHEENTIRESTATE. HENCE, WE HAVENORTHERNFORESTTHATAREDRY TO THEBONEAND ON FIREAND SAGUARO’S IN THESOUTHTHATARESHRIVELING UP AS THEYEXHAUSTTHEIRDEPOSITS OF WATER.
Its a relative drought.
I lived there from 1959-1962 and then again from 1988-2005.
I’m not sure what your question is. My opinion of living there: if you are skilled, you can make a good living and find a relatively inexpensive house. I raised my son there (he’s 16 now) and while it’s a bit dull, he has friends he’s had since 4 years old. And that’s what makes life in small towns more interesting.
Visiting: sure, there’s a lot of stuff to see nearby. Touristy, scenic stuff, ball games, hockey, football, spring training. Yes it’s hot in the summer: horribly hot. I got tired of it after 17 years. Good luck!
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