Northern Arizona vs Southern Arizona!?!?

In this video we review the differences between Northern Arizona and Southern Arizona. Northern Arizona has more mountains and high elevations which gives it a cooler climate than the south. Places like Flagstaff, Prescott and the White Mountains are so chilly especially during the winters. Southern Arizona gets flash floods and areas along the Colorado River like Yuma are some of the hottest in the nation.

Living in Arizona is quite a unique experience because of the vastness that the state offers. From the Sonoran Desert in the south to the high country in the north all the way up towards the Four Corners east and the Grand Canyon in the west. Known as the Grand Canyon state, Arizona is diverse in many ways. The state tree is the Palo Verde, the state cactus is the Saguaro, the state bird is the Cactus wren. If you are thinking about moving to Arizona feel free to subscribe and check us out on our other channels.

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15 Replies to “Northern Arizona vs Southern Arizona!?!?”

  1. I’m from Los Ángeles and want to move to flagstaff, it looks very beautiful out there. My wife wants to move to Boise Idaho so I considered Missoula Montana. Right now it’s up in the air. As long as I’m in a red state away from the cucks in California I’m good. Please keep the videos coming!

  2. Hey Jeff. You might want to think about getting some software or using a free service that let’s us see your screen while you’re talking. Zoom is one such product. You simply hold a meeting with yourself, record it and save it to your computer. That way you can upload it whenever you wish.

    This will make it so that you you can show us what you see online.

    Hope this helps.

    Bruce

  3. My grandfather lived in Blythe, we lived in Erehnberg across the river, sheesh talk about Hot ! Lake Havasu City is an ok place also from what I remember. I’m curious of the smaller towns in the pine trees in between Ash Fork and Flagstaff. Williams seems nice too.

  4. Nice vid! Could you do a video on your favorite food/restaurants throughout the valley? Also best pizza or best Mexican food?

  5. Hey man,

    Any small suburban/rural areas maybe 10-20 minutes outside of Tucson besides Tanque Verdee? Would also love to hear something more about Yuma.

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