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Moving to Arizona: Phoenix, job market, cost of living, real estate, housing.

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Old 10-29-2008, 01:33 PM
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Four Peaks they are comperable to any of the rocky mountains soring peak majestic mountain ranges,
Riiiiiiiiggght. Lived in Phoenix, lived in Colorado. Um, one word: nope.
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Old 10-29-2008, 03:25 PM
Location: North Phoenix
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OK you got me on the fact that they are not 10,000 + feet tall and no they are not completely forrested icons tearing away at the face of North America. But they rise from a floor of 900 feet to a peak of 7,870 and do so in steep daughnting fassion. The go from cactus dessert to highland shrub to ponderosa forrest to granite peak quickly. They are as majestic to me as any of the mountains I have witness in Denver or the Sierra Nevadas.
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